This move is relatively new in the pole community. It was practically made for spinning pole as it's the definition of "get into position and hold on." It's one that will look better on a spinning pole because of the different angles in the hold.
The elbow is holding you on but keep that leg bent around that pole in a hamstring curl position anyway, it will make you feel more secure.
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I actually had to look at other tutorials myself to see how to get into this. Hopefully my explanation will work for those watching.
This is based off the genie which we learned in another tutorial. The hardest part is going to be threading the needle while staying on the pole. Curl your legs hard.
If you are close to the floor you can simply put your feet down and continue but (as I couldn't demonstrate on that short pole) if you are up high enough on the pole you can take that into aerial shoulder mount.
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Fan kicks can be so beautiful. They are great for transitions and look so pretty when done right. Try to keep your legs as straight as possible. It's definitely not as easy as it seems. Fan kicks are a great way to get from facing one direction to another with some style. They are great core trainers as you must lift straightened legs to make it look good. For anyone that has trouble inverting the fan kick can be a foundational block in the strength base and it's much more fun than V-ups.
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