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Tag: Pole Dancing
Australian pole dancer Bridget Bardot shares how pole dancing changed her life and how she got the courage to enter Australia’s Encore show case.
My passion for pole dancing and my desire to be healthy and happy has been reignited. I’m going to strive toward a stronger, more positive me.
In battling my depression, I’m trying to stick to my passions to keep me occupied and find my strength again literally and figuratively.
Itâ€™s obvious you need full body strength for successful pole dancing and as a result, no two people can grasp the same moves in the same way. Because we all have different strengths, weaknesses, body shapes and flexibility, what may work for one person on their first attempt may not work for another until their […]
When I first started pole dancing in February, I looked at the teachers as if they were these mystical all-knowing pole gurus because they were so good at the craft. But recently I realized that they were human. I know that sounds like a memo from Captain Obvious but when youâ€™re new at a craft […]
I mentioned earlier in my pole dance life that I was inspired by Roz aka The Diva because she represented for all the women out there who felt that they couldnâ€™t get good at pole because they lacked strength, werenâ€™t the right size, [insert more self deprecation here]â€¦but clearly, all of the above is bullshit.
The ironic thing about the pole dancing sport is that the standard shoes we wear (when we actually do wear shoes) are technically stripper shoes, despite the fact that the athletic pole community is trying to move away from the seedy association with The Player’s Club. However, in defense of stripper heels, they actually enhance […]