This move called the goldrush is really a crucifix with a variation on leg placement. As with crucifix the pole is squeezed between your upper thighs and the pole is in the middle of your body as opposed to off to the side like with a leg hang. As you may be able to see though, you can very easily move your body slightly to the left or right of the pole and depending on which direction you with either be in outside leg hang or inside leg hang. This move is very versatile.
I seem to say a lot that this move is transitional. It's true, some moves are strictly transitional but someone decided it had to have a name so now it is a stand alone move. I'm okay with that, I remember when I had no idea how people even did a stalled chopper.* I hope that I am giving you building blocks. Yes I have thrown in moves that really do stand alone and are really challenging to do. Sooner rather than later many more of those are coming we are not yet half way through the year.
Feel free to comment on here or directly on the videos, ask for advice, set up a private lesson or request a specific tutorial move. I have had a few suggestions I very much intend to shoot if I have not already, I am preparing for them. Some I may not feel I am ready to memorialize on video just yet because I am healing injuries and relearning how to move.
*A chopper is usually a spin done on static pole. Static means the hold of legs being up and in pike position is achieved but spin is not.
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.