How to Prevent Sore Wrists in Pole Dancing – You Need These In Your Life!

Injuries are the bane of all athletes. For pole dancers, wrist pain is one of the most common injuries and it can hamper their progress. This can be avoided if you have more knowledge about the injury and you’re aware of the ways to lessen its occurrence. As you read on, you’ll learn more about
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FLOORSOME – Why Floorwork is Awesome

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Written By: Bexiita Ackland We love pole. Fact. We are United Pole Artists, so it kinda goes with the territory. But there is so much more to “Pole Dancing” than just – well – dancing with a pole. The pole is just the 45mm bit in the middle. But look at all that space around it!
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Written by: Paulina Zamora Vamos entrando al segundo trimestre del año y ya varios eventos y campeonatos de nuestro bello deporte han mantenido a Sudamérica relevante en el mundo del pole. No hay duda de que hay mucho movimiento en nuestra región y que el público latino sigue a la expectativa de lo que viene.
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OG Trickin’ — the chopper

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Say hello to the helicopter/chopper/inverted V/inverted straddle The chopper is the hobgoblin of many a poler. I struggled with it for a long time before I built the strength to go into it with control and hold myself there. A basic that’s not so basic First and foremost, bear in mind that this is not
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Whose Move Is It, Anyway? Simultaneous invention of pole moves

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Badassery Everywhere! Who doesn’t love seeing cool movement? Crazy tricks? Cool movement combined with crazy tricks? It’s natural that when we see amazing things done by amazing dancers, we want to share it. Giving Credit Where Due When we do share cool stuff, from time to time someone will mention that we “should have credited
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The Pros and Cons of Poling Alone

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Written by: Erin O’Brien   One of my favourite places in the world is the studio where I train and some of my favourite people in the world are the women I train with there. Many a practice session is filled with mishaps and mayhem (for me at least…) but there is always encouragement, support,
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#WCW — a love letter

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I have so many WCWs–-the result of watching many, many hours of youtube. Some dancers inspire me because of their fearlessness. Others because they’re so danged BENDY! Then there are those with otherworldly flow. Or creativity that drives me to pause, replay, pause, replay, pause, replay. Some have a fun club style that I love.
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Get the most from workshops or private lessons

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ZOMG [insert polebrity name here IS COMING TO MY HOME STUDIO TO TEACH The excitement of getting the chance to work with your favorite poler . . . may quickly be followed by the fear that you won’t be up to the task. Never fear! Here are a few things I’ve learned taking workshops and/or
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Flow, Fluidity, and Finding Yourself

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Feeling like a spider on skates? You’re not alone. Most new(er) dancers — including me, when I’d just started out — ask this question (in fact, I continually ask myself this question) at some point: how can I become more fluid? Me: the perpetually awkward dancer I remember watching some of the greats and thinking
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Written by: Neola Wilby When I was knee-high to a grasshopper with the wonkiest pigtails you ever did see and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Sneaker Snappers on my shoe laces, I spent many a summer’s day with my older sisters in the tiny patch of grass in our parents’ garden, kicking up into freestanding handstands,
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