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5 mistakes to avoid when you doing dance pole

5 mistakes to avoid when you doing dance pole

One of the most important figures of pole dance, and I see it done with more effort and pain, is the climb .

Those who train with me know that I profess the lazy pole dance, which means applying the least effort to achieve maximum performance.

But what are the mistakes we all make, especially at the beginning?

1 # do not use your legs properly

we think that the climb is all arms but it is not so, the major work is carried out by the legs and the buttocks. The knees must push hard against the pole together with the instep, which is behind must be tight and not rolled up to the pole.

2 # we do not activate the buttocks

The buttocks are the strongest part of our body, when we go up and strongly press our knees to the pole we must feel the buttocks that tighten as if we had a 500 € note between the heheh buttocks. They will help us to climb by taking weight off our arms. If you use your legs and buttocks well, you also avoid that annoying headache with an attached bruise and / or burn. You know?

3 # we do not get enough body

Try to recover while climbing: when you push with your knees activating your buttocks, your face must reach up high, where your hands are, from there you can make the second climb. If you stay in the middle the movement will seem brokenand above all you will have to do more climbs to get to the top.

4 # we don’t carry our legs high enough

pole danceOh yes this is a common mistake that is made especially at the beginning. The more you bring your knees up to take the pole, the less you will need to get to the top . He always thinks of bringing them to the top, hooking, crushing, pushing up with the buttocks and hello.

5 # we pull ourselves with our arms

Until you try to follow the advice I gave you above you will continue to pull yourself up with your arms and make a fatal fatigue . The arms are less strong than the buttocks and legs, so every time you pull yourself out you will get twice as much and much faster.

This is my way of teaching. Try to break down the figures, understand how they work, look for the “cheapest” way to make a figure, to conserve strength and avoid unnecessary bruising .

I also tell it in my online course , where each figure is broken down and reviewed , so you can work even better and review the figures that just don’t come to you or learn new ones with that extra twist.

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