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7 Stages of Pole Dance Injury Grief

Injuries are a common evil in a pole dancer's life. There is no good time for an injury, but they usually happen in the most unwanted and unacceptable moment, when you finally started making some progress with your stretching or before an important event. Let me walk you through several stages of a pole dancer's worst nightmare, based on my personal experience...

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4 Things Aerial Has Taught Me

I love learning. Even after I left University I still read and researched random topics all the time. And while I knew venturing into aerial arts would teach me a new skill, I never expected all of the things it would teach me. ​So here are a few things Aerial Arts have taught me in my almost two years of training...

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Pole Dancing: Mixed Media Artistry

Always remember that as aerialists, we are artists and our creations are masterpieces.

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How to Trick Yourself Into Training More at Home

I thought that the only thing that prevented me from becoming the next Pole Art competitor was not owning my own pole. Don't get me wrong, I love pole dancing. I LOVE training (sweat, bruises and everything) and once I start I find it difficult to stop. I just need a kick in the butt to start. So I came up with these 10 techniques...

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Heart Shaped Bruises & Pole Kisses

It's time to bring the love back into Valentine's Day ... pole dance fitness style, of course!

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The only way to overcome fear on the pole is to continue to face it.

4 Greatest Pole Challenges

With the New Year comes a host of new challenges. Here are 4 of the greatest challenges you will face when it comes to pole dancing. If you’re considering pole dance for fitness as part of your New Years resolution or you’re a seasoned poler stuck in a rut, this just might save some frustration for the newbies and remind the seasoned vets of their accomplishments.

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What It’s Like: Taking Trapeze Lessons

I was driving down the West Side Highway one day when I saw a girl flying through the air and doing a back flip on the top of one of the piers. Under her was a banner that read “Trapeze School New York”. I couldn’t stop smiling as I watched, and I knew I had to give it a try.

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What It’s Like: Learning Aerial Silks

There are times in life when we look at our friends Instagram photos and turn green with envy. My friend Aimee began taking aerial silk classes, and I grew increasingly more jealous of Aimee’s incredible photos. I mean the girl is doing splits upside down while hanging from a ribbon...

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5 Signs You Might Be Addicted to Aerial Fitness

We all know aerial fitness is completely addicting. Most of us are even aware of the many reasons for it's habit-forming nature, but do you know the signs you're addicted? It's time to face facts and stop denying the "dedication" to your passion. I've highlighted five major signs you might be a slave to your high flying workout.

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5 Truths of an Amazon Aerialist

This is for all of my beautiful Amazonian babes rocking the pole, silks, and hoop. For those of you out there like me who have legs for days and a torso a mile long, there is no way around it ... the art of Aerial Fitness is just different for us.

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