When people think of pole dancing, they usually think of a sleezy strip club. However, pole dancing has been used as an excellent source of exercise recently and some even say, they feel it is better than yoga. People who have been recently using pole dancing as a means of exercise have maintained that they feel the most fit they ever had in their lives. It has even been said that pole dancing was even considered to be used in the Olympics. With all this recognition…. will you hop on the nearest pole and give it a try?
Curios to hear some of the benefits of pole fitness? Listen as Megan, an instructor in Utah talks about some of the main outcomes of pole dancing.
Pole fitness is a great way to let loose and have fun while you exercise. Ever get sick of the same routine in the gym day after day? Then this is something you really need to try! They improve flexibility, strength, posture, and help with toning and weight loss. You can improve your confidence while you burn calories and you can do it alongside your girlfriends in a fun and flirty way! Grab your tennis shoes, your heels, some shorts, and head over now to start getting in shape while having fun!
Curios as to how great of a workout pole dancing really is?
Many people don’t know the skill that is incorporated while pole dancing. It takes extreme athleticism and works multiple parts of the body. If you’re looking for a workout that is fun yet really tough, Fun Pole Fitness is right for you.
According to Tracey Lloyd, ” Pole dancing itself is a sport and a skill. It incorporates gymnastic, ballet and modern dance movements around a polished pole. There are endless varieties of tricks that can be performed in a choreographed dance routine. You will be able to learn many of the pole skills through practice. The movements include spins, climbs, static poses and body inverts. The pole dancer may add some floor work and sexy filler moves that complete the dance routine.”
If you’re in San Diego and looking for a new way to get in shape, email info@FunePoleFitness.om or call (858)232-4947 to get information and signed up for a class today!