Have you been wondering how to train for pole at home?
Staring at your pole lacking inspiration, wondering what to do next?
Perhaps you don't have a pole and you're trying to figure out how on earth to stay strong for pole without one!
Either way, everyone needs a little guidance 🙂
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.