This is one of today’s popular forms of exercise with an element of sass and entertainment, but while others think that it is nothing than a sexy dance routine, to train for pole dancing demands a high level of physical strength and discipline.
Most dancers maintain a certain body weight and inner core strength to be able to master their dance routines that deal with a lot of body weight, gravity and muscle control, add to that is the amount of strength a dancer needs to muster in order to maintain their grip in the pole to prevent her from falling.
Today’s dance training activities also involve off-pole exercise routines that provide a well-rounded physical workout targeting the major muscle groups in order for the pole dancer to maintain control above-ground during an entire length of a dance number.
What initially started out as a number in certain types of clubs, pole dancing today has gained the respect of fitness and exercise experts for being one of the most physically-demanding workout activity that high-profile competitions are already being held.
One essential aspect for pole dancing is the grip strength that a dancer needs to have to be able to sustain grip of the pole all throughout the entire number.
Imagine all the weight and force of gravity that a dancer needs to sustain by maintaining a consistent degree of grip intensity and flexibility in order to control the seemingly complicated maneuvers and twists around the pole.
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