360 Pole Dancing Tutorial: Climbing the Pole - Easy Method





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Uploaded on Jul 4, 2008

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Your arms should not be "pulling you up". They should only be holding your weight stable as you bring your legs up underneath. Unless you can do a ton of pullups, you will just make yourself tired by climbing up using your arms.

The grip is not just the top of your foot. (it does hurt if you over-use it, if you wear pvc topped shoes, you can use that to help). make sure that the leg closest to you is gripping all the way up from the top of your ankle up to the inside of your knee - this fleshy part does a lot of the work.
The leg furthest from you should be gripping all the way down the back of the calf and the inside of the knee the same place as the other side. try to make sure your knees are level.

Bring your back leg up first - thigh horizontal. then your front leg. Then push up with your legs. move your hands up to about head height (to best use your arms to stabilise you). then start again.

You need to keep your body away from the pole to get the best movement. Your back leg always comes up first, keep your foot on the pole, and once your leg is high enough, push away so that the inside of your knee can grip again, your other leg should join at almost the same time!


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