Are you having a hard time getting started with pole fitness? Or any kind of fitness for that matter? Are you too shy or do you feel too weak to start lessons?
Perhaps you have no body confidence to start out at a gym and you could use a little help improving it?
If that sounds like you then this article is for you, and if you're already hooked you'll love this inspirational TEDx talk by DR Maggie Rostron about pole fitness and body confidence.
Welcome to the first of many tutorials on Love Pole Kisses!
When creating these tutorials for you guys I'll be working up from some nice basic moves for beginners, but that doesn't mean I'm not open to requests.
If there's anything you're desperate to see here just let me know and I'll definitely consider bringing it forward for you.
Today's tutorial is a simple pole sit. There are two ways to do a pole sit but this tutorial focuses on the most basic of the two to get you used to the feel of the pole between your thighs.
I'm sure you'll have seen a few pole fitness 'fail videos' shared around on social media recently. The one that went viral on the 'Lad Bible' Facebook group springs to my mind first.
Then there's another article I found which mentions those fail videos, and suggests pole fitness is among a bunch of other fitness fads that are well past their sell by date.
In that article we're told to give it up and leave it to the professionals!
Well, here's the thing guys, the professionals were beginners once just like you and I, and everyone who ever became a master at anything!
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?
Are you thinking about starting pole fitness at home? Perhaps you take pole classes but you're ready to go that step further to work on your pole goals?
Whatever the reason, you've come to the right place to help you decide which type of pole is the right one for you!
There are many reasons why you might choose to start pole fitness at home. Perhaps there were no studios in your local area or the one you found didn't suit you.
Maybe classes in a studio or gym are a little on the expensive side or you're just too shy to start in front of a group.
Whatever your reason, there's still a way for you to get fit and have fun doing it, right from the comfort of your own home.