It’s always fun to look back on the year and see what posts were most popular. Here is a short list of the top 10 Pole Compete posts for 2014.
If you didn’t notice, we’ve been posting free cross-training sessions for pole dancers over on the training programs page. Some highlights for this week (you can find it here)
1. A workout based on ankle …Read More →
There are two great things you should check out if you have some spare time over the holidays:
1. The Wellrounded athlete blog and podcast. Justin focuses on movement as a …Read More →
This week’s training features a sandbag.
I like training with sandbags because they are heavy, and heavy stuff builds strength.
I also like that …Read More →
I wrote this post originally a while ago, but I feel it is so important I am re-writing and re-posting it now.
It’s safe to say people feel a lot of pressure to perfect their bodies. …Read More →
Now that you’ve been resting, icing, wearing stiff shoes, adjusting your diet, and …Read More →
This is the second part in series of lessons I learned from having a very stubborn toe injury. I hope that it is helpful to other people who are injured. See part 1 Read More →
Since I’ve mysteriously injured my toe in January, I’ve become quite an expert in toe care. Here are some of my experiences.
Step One: Stop Dancing!
The reason my toe got as bad as it has is …Read More →
I have a new habit I’ve been working on for the last three weeks, and I love it and want to share it, because it does so much for me.
It works like this:
1. The way …Read More →
I just read an interesting article about success. (alas, I don’t have the link or title. Sorry.)
One thing that it said was that people who don’t do things are much happier than people who can’t …Read More →