Right before I left for Peace Corps service, my doorbell kept ringing with ex’s and even casual dates who “just wanted to come say goodbye.” I was living Elle King’s ex’s and oh’s song. Flattering, …Read More →
Nina Reed just wrote a blog that said that, in her experience, pole competitions get more tickets sales and applications than pole showcases. The question was why.
Victories and losses. Keeping score adds …Read More →
A while back I wrote about how bored I get with sexy performances.
Then I forgot to post it, so I added it yesterday, because now I have more to say. First, read about why sexy …Read More →
I must confess: I get bored out of my mind when I watch many sexy pole performances. And while there are countless cries of “Bring sexy back!” I think a better place to start would …Read More →
I love money, so I was thrilled when I saw that cash and pole was the topic of the blog hop this month. I’ve written about how to save money for pole …Read More →
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.
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 →
Every pole athlete needs to take steps to protect themselves from injury. Here are a few of my favorites. Since the September theme for Pole Dance Blogger’s Association (PDBA) …Read More →