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Top Tips on How to Improve Your Flexibility When Doing Pole Fitness Dancing at Home


One of the most important things you need as a pole dancer is flexibility. While some people are born with it, some need to work hard to be able to achieve the different contorted moves that come with the exercise and sport. This article gives you top tips on how to achieve flexibility when doing pole fitness dancing at home. For more articles like above you may visit our website at or watch our different pole reviews and pole fitness tutorial on our Youtube page at . – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Top Tips on How to Improve Your Flexibility When Doing Pole Fitness Dancing at Home

Top Tips on How to Improve Your Flexibility When
Doing Pole Fitness Dancing at Home
  • As a pole fitness instructor and dancer, I always
    get asked by my students how to increase their
    flexibility. It may seem like a mundane question
    for some people especially those who have
    movement in their arms and hips, but this is a
    valid question and one you should be asking if
    you want to get stronger for pole dancing.


  • The biggest thing that really holds back a
    person's pole dancing flexibility is the fact
    that most people simply skimp on giving
    themselves time to do the right kind of pole
    dancing stretches.

  • If you dont take the time to stretch, you will
    NOT be able to perform more advanced pole spins
    and tricks.
  • A beautiful and graceful pole workout routine
    entails a lot of plasticity and it is quite
    begrudging to look at some pole dancers
    transition from one movement to another or land
    those center and straddle splits flawlessly.

  • However, I would just like to remind everyone
    that although some pole dancers look effortless
    when performing, they didnt have it easy at all.
    Perfecting your pole dance lifts and tricks
    especially those splits involves quite a lot of
    time and dedication through practice.

  • With the help of flexibility exercises for pole
    dancers as well as a good pole dance training
    schedule, you can develop your flexibility and
    fly on your dance pole. Here are some great tips
    to incorporate in your pole workout routine to
    make you lither.
  • Focus on an area of your body
  • Know which body part you need to focus on when
    practicing flexibility exercises for pole
    dancers. Is it your hamstrings, hip flexors and
    abdominals that are hampering your splits?
    Knowing which body part you need to work on makes
    your pole conditioning exercises more efficient
    and effective.
  • Warm up
  • I cannot emphasize more the importance of a good
    warm-up. Warming up primes your bodys muscles
    for the kind of work you are about to do. It
    drives more blood flow and oxygen to your muscles
    making it longer and supple for movement. Most
    importantly it helps prevent injury.
  • Relax
  • In pole fitness dancing, negative motivation and
    unnecessary tension doesnt help you when it
    comes to stretching. When youre overthinking,
    your bodys muscles harden making you unyielding
    to some pole dance movements. Try deep breathing
    exercises to ease your anxiety and see your body
    respond to your stretches. Also, dont hold your
    stretch in the pain point for a long time, this
    actually causes the opposing muscles group to
  • Practice proper technique
  • Besides not warming up, one of the reasons why
    some people get injured is that they do not
    practice proper technique. Proper technique is
    also vital when warming up and stretching for
    pole fitness, so keep your hips square by making
    sure your inguinal area is pointing forward. This
    helps you gain more flexibility quickly as well
    as keep your whole body balanced on both sides as
    you attempt to do a split. Consequently, you can
    also use yoga blocks to help with your splits as
    it helps you to stretch and relax.

  • Be consistent
  • Progress when it comes to flexibility wont be
    tangible if you dont practice often. Even a
    short 10-minute stretch incorporated in your pole
    workout routine can help make a difference. If
    you are busy and were not able to practice pole
    dancing lately, you can still do flexibility
    exercises for pole dancers while watching T.V. or
    eating. Be creative!

  • Personally, I find that there are 5 specific pole
    fitness stretching exercises that greatly
    increase ones flexibility when it comes to pole
    fitness dancing at home. It would be beneficial
    to add them to your existing pole workout routine
    exercises. These are the following

  • Box Splits
  • (You can get my customized Step by Step Split
    Stretches for Pole Dancing At Home Here gt)
  • Quad stretch
  • Hamstring Stretch
  • Twisted Back Stretch
  • Hip Stretch
  • You can find all the best stretches to bring your
    body to a point where you can easily perform
    advanced pole dancing spins and tricks inside the
    PoleBody Complete Home Edition Online Pole
    Lessons Course.

  • I hope that with these tips you can finally be
    able to do your lifts, tricks, and splits!
  • For more warmup and stretching exercises, you can
    watch some of my instructional videos on our
    Youtube page or get private access to a variety
    of my online pole dance lessons for everyday
    women at here gtgt

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