Pole dancing is rapidly growing in popularity not only as a hobby but also as a regular part of an exercise routine. The pole exercises can contribute to weight loss and get your body toned at the same time. For these reasons, dance poles are becoming a natural part of gyms and dance studios, and both are now offering pole dance classes.
Learn how you can Easily Lose Weight with Pole Fitness Exercising what the health benefits are in comparison to other sports.
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Losing Weight and Getting Fit
Most pole dancing routines focus on strengthening the abdomen and legs. Constantly swinging and sliding on the pole strengthens the arms and tones the legs much faster compared to regular fitness programs.
Pole dancing also burn a lot of calories just like any other exercise routine.
There are several classes offered out there, mostly targeting women who are interested in becoming physically fit while gaining new skills at the same time. These classes vary from as short as 30 to 45 minutes a day to an hour or two, depending on the routine you’re working on. These classes charge a bit higher, though, compared to the pole fitness programs offered by your gym.
The unusual medium of using a pole, coupled with sensual and erotic moves, is now a widely-accepted option for keeping your body fit. The exercise is also referred to as pole fitness. It’s a physically demanding routine, encouraging interval and endurance muscle training for toning the body and core areas.
Depending on your program, pole fitness is also a good cardiovascular exercise.
Since the routines require extreme flexibility, one should expect rigid stretching exercises on their first sessions before the instructor proceeds with basics. Most of the time people get surprised by how physically demanding pole fitness can be.
Many think that pole dancing is a feminine sport as it has been portrayed in the past through the adult industry. The origins are true to its revolution, however pole dancing, or pole fitness has significantly evolved and has been gone from being dominated by women to men taking part. If you check out out post about some of the famous male pole dancers, its evident that there has been a turn in recent years attracting more men to the sport.
Along with cross fit and other forms of high impact exercise, pole fitness can be a very demanding sport where it concerns personal strength, acrobatic and stretching abilities.
It’s not for everyone, however for the men who can testify in trying it (including my husband) its a sport that cannot be underestimated and can change your body quicker than ever.
If you are looking to get into shape but the gym is too boring and you are looking to build a creative skill that will make you feel good and add something that you can show off to your friends while building that perfect body then you have to try pole fitness out at least once.