Are pole dancers strong?
Pole dancing is a complete body workout. Many pole dancing manoeuvres require you to lift and hold your own body weight, so it’s ideal for building strength in your back muscles, biceps, triceps and forearms. Even if you come to a class without much upper body strength, you’ll soon build it up through pole dancing.
Should I be a pole dancer?
While most sports focus on lower body strength, Pole Dancing focuses a significant amount on upper body strength. While this doesn’t come naturally to most women, we use conditioning and exercise to increase your strength each week. Combining strength and cardio, pole is a great alternative exercise format!
Who is the winner of the world pole dance championships?
Natalia Tatarintseva from Ukraine – Winner of the 2016 World Pole Dance Championships Female Category held in Bucharest, Romania on 16th September 2016. The only truly global championships – World Pole Dance Championships is a Pole Sport Fitness events featuring the World’s best pole performers and athletes from 26 Countries and 5 Continents.
When did the international pole sports federation start?
The World Pole Championships was created by the International Pole Sports Federation in 2012. The World Pole Weekend is held annually and is part of a network over 25+ competitions with over 5,000 athletes competing for the coveted title of national champion and Qualification to the Worlds.
Who is the international pole and aerial Championships?
Welcome to the International Pole Sports Federation (IPSF); home to the World Pole & Aerial Championships (WPSC). The IPSF is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to positively promoting pole as an athletic sport.
How to avoid watching pole dance on YouTube?
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