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Improve on your pole skills with the pole fitness tutorials so you can take it to the next level.
Stretch, flex and strengthen those muscles to achieve your pole dreams.
Reach for your pole dreams as you do those pole tricks but don't forget to stretch your back. Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy, and we need that flexibility to do more tricks on the pole.
To get in an out of the pole tricks with ease, you do need a strong arms and strong back. Let's have Angelina shows us an exercise that allows you to shape your back and strengthen your arms for stronger grip on the pole.
Ever felt like your shoulder is going to pop out any minute in some pole tricks? To avoid that, make sure that before doing any pole tricks those muscles are warmed up, prepped up and working! Here's an exercise that will do the work.
Develop and focus on those arms so you can easily grip the pole while you do those pole tricks. Angelina shares a rotator cuff strengthening exercise where we can strengthen our shoulder with stuff we can easily find at home.
Do you feel that occasional back pain after standing/sitting/moving too long? We're sharing an exercise that will help out those little kinks we feel. We all know how important a good stretch is to our bodies and this off pole exercise with Angelina shows just that.
There are definitely twisty turns and moves you need to nail that intermediate pole trick on the pole. It can put pressure on your back and could cause pain. To prevent that and to help you with flexibility, Angelina shares the Seated Twists Exercise which helps you tone the belly, massage internal organs and can help relieve lower back pain too.
Need mobility and flexibility? We’re so used to spending all day sitting, we tend to end up with tight hip and with weak and underactive glutes (the glutes are primarily responsible for hip extension) too. Let's work on this with Angeline as she shares the 90/90 Hip Mobility Exercise which helps you develop the extra flexibility you need.