front and back hook spin, back stag and fireman on a static pole. From now onwards, I will demonstrate each move on a spinny and static pole.
The main difference between using a static and spinny pole is that you won't be able to spin for as long on a static pole. Also, you have to built more momentum to get into a spin. You'll need to learn to control the grip of your hands and/or legs to allow yourself to spin. That will come naturally with practice.
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IMPORTANT: Please warm up before any rigorous exercise to help reduce risk of injury. Some warm ups before dancing: - shoulder rolls - arm swings - head rolls and stretches - rotate wrists and stretch them - warm up torso by doing body rolls, torso twists - squats, light stretches (do longer and deeper stretches AFTER a workout) - push ups
Note: Pole dancing, like other forms of sport or physical activity, involves risk of injury. I'll try my best to provide the best advice and information to minimise these risks, however, this responsibility is ultimately yours. Take care, and don't over push yourself. Always start from the bottom and work your way up. DO NOT attempt a move that you are not ready for