There’s nothing to learn here, so don’t expect anything about pole practice. The only thing you might want to do is go to the grocery store and buy some cheap chicken breasts for your friend. Just kidding.
What kind of pole dancers are you? What do pole dancers do for fun?
Pole dancers typically have a variety of hobbies: roller derby, figure skating, football, ice hockey – it’s all a very varied activity. Even though pole dancing is considered a sport, it doesn’t have the same rules or regulations of any other sport. We love that they don’t regulate what we can and can’t do when trying to be competitive… so why not try to have a bit of fun out here? Pole dancers have a lot of different reasons why they like being on the pole, but I think the important thing is to have fun because there’s nothing that beats being on top of the world and making your partner move around like they’re on a roller coaster.
Does pole dancing affect how your body behaves? Are there changes?
Nope! There’s nothing to worry about! The only thing you’d like is the health and fitness people working there to have their feet up when someone starts doing a good dance move.
Can you pole dance if you’re overweight?
This is easy to answer. Pole dancing is not meant to help you lose weight. If you think we’ve helped put the word out that pole dancing has nothing to with losing weight, you’d be right.
Where did you learn how to be sexy?
My mom taught me in college to show my body when she’d see it. My Mom still loves to teach me things like foot-tapping or the dance moves!
Have you ever tried pole dancing?
Not my first pole dance! It’s hard at first because you’re on your hands and knees, but by the end of the day I’d feel my body relax and dance around it like crazy!
Are there any pole dancing lessons that you want to take?
Not really, but I could always use a refresher on some of the moves, especially the ones I learned in college.
Any advice for new pole dancers?
The basics of pole dancing are:
Move slowly and rhythmically.
Avoid the dreaded move-ups and the dreaded turn-ups. Learn moves that you can do in the heat of the moment and still have fun later on.