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Stall Bars - Your great pole fitness training companion!

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Stall Bars - Your great pole fitness training companion!

In this blog, Mel Nutter shares with Pole in Style her tips for exercising with stall bars, which can be a useful companion for your pole fitness training.

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Lack of sleep could lead to pole dance injuries

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Lack of sleep could lead to pole dance injuries
If sleep is cut short, the body does not have enough time to complete all of the phases needed for muscle repair, memory consolidation and release of hormones regulating growth and appetite.

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The reason why you should not skip your rest day

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The reason why you should not skip your rest day
You may be overexcited to nail that new pole trick or combo. You practice days and nights to get it. However, it is important to give your body a rest. Here’s why.

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Understanding key challenges of a pole dance competition contestant

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Understanding key challenges of a pole dance competition contestant

In early April 2019, we surveyed pole dance contestants around the world to understand key challenges they face during competition preparation process. Many participants stated in the survey that overcoming emotional and psychological challenges such as stress, nervousness or anxiety was the most difficult part. Pole dance competition contestants spent a lot of money on competition, from fees, costume to other costs. 41% paid more than 50 USD for application fee per competition. 36% spent between 50-80 USD per competition costume and 29% paid over 80 USD for a pole dance costume on average. 

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What are some factors that limit your flexibility?

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What are some factors that limit your flexibility?
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.

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