Until now I had been writing articles on a fairly regular basis and while I still intend to put pen to paper when I feel the need, I also would like to use this space for a few how-to videos. If you follow any of my social media accounts you may be aware that I like to work at a very extreme level of pole fitness. What you may not realize is if you are looking to get into better shape, become healthier and lose weight you don’t need to be able to do the moves in my last blog to do it.
If you can do the moves in this series alone and decide not to progress to more challenging moves pole dance can still be a vehicle for health and fitness.
This is the first and longest because of the explanation for first being able to invert or "flip upside down".
This is the next leg hang, outside leg hang.
As it is not necessary to climb before you invert I chose to put this video last in the series.
Learning to climb is important if you want to be able to invert aerially. As the previous videos were done with shoes you may wonder why this one is done without shoes. This is because I am showing how to climb with both feet pointed and shoes hide the sin of flexed feet.
These are a good start to advancing your pole dance training. If you would like extra help (for instance instruction on how to start from the floor or build up core strength be able to lift your legs above your head) please contact me so we can talk about how I can best help you.
Aviva has been instructing private clients and group classes for over 20 years. Her passion is pole dancing. Her focus is safe, effective training for the purpose of achieving your goal.