No, not the one that looks like someone’s butt. That would be abs. Instead, we’re looking for one that “has a body that makes me want to move.”
How does a pole dancer gain pole dancing experience?
If you’re thinking of attending a pole dancing school, the answer is simple: get it done.
In some ways, this is like learning a skill that’s not very important or is an acquired skill. But pole dancing takes the time and practice.
The first step is understanding that you can do it, regardless of your ability level. As you improve your stamina and technique, you will continue to get better. It won’t be as fast or explosive. But you are building up your skills. And as you develop them you are not limited to your local club any longer, you can look up to the stars in front of you.
The pole dancing school experience can be a combination of training, lessons, learning a movement, developing confidence and ultimately learning to love your movement.
One thing to keep in mind when learning a new skill is to stay away from anything that doesn’t seem to be beneficial. There’s nothing wrong with trying new moves or a new position, maybe you have tried everything there is to love, but there’s not really any benefit in it yet. When it comes to a skillset, it’s all about progress, and progress is very hard to come by. So if you want to master your moves, stay away from anything that doesn’t make it easier.
Finally, pole dancing is a sport, and like a sport, pole dancing gains and loses.
When you become better, your new skills improve faster. If you train hard enough, you’ll be able to throw out moves that will be hard to do now. On the other hand, when you become not so good, your new moves don’t make you faster, they make it harder to do a move. It’s all about getting stronger and improving.
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By Brian MacQ
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