Are you looking for interesting cross training activities to help speed up your pole progress?
Looking for something to compliment your pole workouts and increase strength and flexibility?
In this guest post by Mary Milligan from Milan Pole Dance Studio that's exactly what you'll find.
It's that time of year again. Everyone is reviewing what pole goals they achieved, comparing their top liked pictures on Facebook and Instagram and wondering what awaits them in the New Year.
You're probably tempted to write yourself some New Year's Resolutions to set yourself some solid targets for the year ahead.
Before you do though, it's important to understand why most New Year's Resolutions actually fail.
I've had a lot of people asking me about my progress recently, and that's totally normal.
You see someone who is suddenly progressing very quickly and you want to know the secret, how do they do it?
If you've ever seen someone with amazing progress but been unable to recreate the results with their advice you need to read on.
Do you suffer from OPD?
Obsessive Pole Disorder is a huge time sucker for us pole dancers, most of us spend all of our time dreaming about pole, talking about pole, LIVING pole.
It isn't just a hobby, it's a way of life - which is why it takes such a huge amount of time to keep up with all the aspects of our passion.
Do you struggle to get motivated to workout at home? Do you find you tire more easily than you would in a group session when you practise at home?
How many times have you started your pole session at home and stopped after a couple of moves, exhausted?