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This was thee first upside down move I felt comfortable doing. When I started teaching pole this, the layback and the leg hangs were all I could do that were called pole tricks. I could also do spins but grew to hate teaching them as I felt they were too taxing on shoulders that may not be strong enough to handle it. This one gets you inverted with a lot of your body on the pole for all the security feels making it one of the bases for a solid repertoire of tricks.
This video is from my first ever competition, location: New York City. I had such a good time doing this competition I'm considering doing more. There are many factors that go into a decision to compete and then to keep competing. I never thought I would compete but after everything I've learned I almost feel like I owe it to anyone I teach in the future to keep going to experience and learn even more.