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Pole Dance Doubles - Amalia Mia Lang Und Kayla Lee Burch - World Champions

5 Reasons to Start Pole Dancing

Pole Dance builds cardio and strength.  Online Pole Dance Studio
Cardio and Strength Building

1. Cardio and Strength-Building

Pole dancing is not only a great workout, but it's also a fun way to burn calories and build muscles. Every movement, from training to execution, helps you burn fat (aka cardio). Don't worry if you can't nail a trick at first, it takes time and practice to get there 😉. But with constant repetition, you'll eventually build your muscles and overall strength.

2. No Experience Required

Even if you're a total newbie, you can learn pole dancing! Anyone, regardless of experience or flexibility, can start with the basics. There are many tricks and variations that you can choose to learn based on your level. Pole dancing does require practice, but with each practice, you'll see improvement.

3. Feel Younger and Healthier

Pole dancing is a full-body workout that will make you stronger, more flexible, and give you more energy. What may seem like a challenge at first, such as a spin or an invert, will eventually become easier. Pole dancing is a journey of self-discovery as you learn what you can and cannot do on the pole, perfect pole moves over time, and strengthen your muscles, bones, and body. This will give you an energy boost that you've never felt before.

4. Mental Well-Being

Reasons to start pole dancing, it builds your confidence.
Pole Dance builds your confidence

Pole dancing not only builds your physical strength but also builds your confidence, mood, and overall mindset. As your body changes over time, you'll find yourself feeling better about yourself. With every move you accomplish, from simple to complex, you'll gain self-confidence and pride in your achievements. Pole dancing also releases endorphins, which reduce your stress levels and improve your overall mental well-being.

5. Supportive and Non-Judgmental Pole Community

Pole dancing studios, classes, and groups are welcoming and supportive environments. The pole community doesn't care about your age, shape, or background. You'll meet pole sisters or brothers of all ages, shapes, and sizes who will support and guide you on your pole journey. So, don't worry if you're feeling nervous about starting, the pole community will take you in with open arms every step of the way!


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