Are you trying to achieve that flexible trick in pole dance but unable to get it? No matter how much you stretch your flexibility does not seem to be improved. Here are some factors that could limit your flexibility.
Every pole dancer wants it. Effortless movements, powered by grace and strength. Limbs that land with commitment and certainty, but also with the ability to take off again with the lightness of air. Remember that finding flow and learning how to move with grace and momentum takes practice.
Occasionally we love to attend a pole dance master class or workshop held by a well-known world champion. But not every workshop leaves you feeling blissful, refreshed and motivated. Here are a few tips to help you make the most out of your pole dance workshop.
Article by Mel Nutter as Baudelaire As a pole dancer, I watch a lot of pole videos. My Instagram is exclusively pole, Facebook is about 80% pole, and then there are all those live stream events on YouTube! I see strong dancers, strong athletes, flexible women and men. Only occasionally someone takes my breath away. For good or for bad, it is sometimes easier to point out what is wrong with a performance than to pin point what makes it amazing. Of course if someone pulls out a rainbow marchenko, you are going to be impressed. For us mere mortals, however,...