Whistle While You Twerk: 7 Benefits Of Pole Dancing

When it comes to the stripper pole many of us have seen the eye of disgust from people. Some consider it derogatory and a piece of metal to defame women, while others see a hidden gem. That gem is the health benefits associated with this long piece of metal. Below I will discuss several benefits of utilizing the pole. Enjoy!

What is pole dancing?

Pole dancing  : Erotic dancing that involves swinging around a fixed pole.

This type of dancing/exercise can help build muscle, strengthen core and a host of other positive outcomes. This video below shows some simple / starter moves .

Benefits of pole dancing

  1. Excellent calorie burner- According to weightlossresources.co.uk, individuals can burn as much as 250 calories within a given session.
  2. Good for bones and joints- The various positions used within the routines cause a strengthening of bones and joints. This is mostly caused due to holding oneself repeatedly on the pole to successfully complete an exercise.
  3. Mental wellness- As with any exercise once the pounds begin to shed a person gains a newfound confidence from the positive change in outer appearance. Thereby prompting them to exercise more as well as consistently.
  4. Sleeping beauty- Upon starting a new exercise regimen such as pole dancing the body can tire easy. Therefore, making it easy for the body to fall asleep faster once in bed.
  5. New balance- Climbing the pole during exercise routines help stabilize your balance; thereby preventing potential falls on a constant basis.
  6. Good times- These type of classes are a lot of fun and great way to meet new people.
  7. Sexy 101- The positions learned in this course can be a welcoming gift to your mate, especially when seeking excitement in the bedroom.

Below is some exercises for the more advance,

For more information regarding pole dancing, please contact your local physician, ER, or Urgent Care location.

Written by Kanarian Kindred

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