2. Be aware of what movements you’re training in each session and what part of the body is most stressed in each. Structure your training so that your body has the chance to recover from the workout of the day or two before. For example, if you trained repetitions of deadlifts one day, give your shoulders a break the next (in particular from repetitions of the same movement).
THE DISCOVER SERIES (Beginner/Intermediate Levels 2) – This class is the next step after the Beginner Escape Series. Level 2 is design for you to continue your pole training with different climb technics, shoulder mounts, inversion, static and spin pole poses, handstands, flexibility & intermediate pole combos, expanding your pole vocabulary, increasing your upper and lower body strength and core training. (This class is Recommended For Beginner And Beginner Intermediate Levels.)  
Stand with feet hip width, slight bend in knees, arms at side. Lift arms straight in front of you to shoulder height. Open to a T. Return arms to front then raise them straight overhead. Keep shoulders down away from ears. Circle arms back down to a T at shoulder height then repeat the sequence in reverse direction. Go twice as slow as you think you should to make sure your form is correct.
TWERK,BOUNCE & FLOW IT SERIES" – Come "Bounce, Twerk & Flow” with us as we show you how the Pros get down in this high-energy class. This is a cardio fitness class where you’ll learn how to bounce, shake, jiggle and twerk your booty up, down and side to side! Get your heart racing as you focus on your glutes and core doing different booty motions and moves to all type of music with ease! You will definitely get your workout on! (Sneakers, ThighHigh Stockings or Knee Pads Are Recommended For This Class, Heels Are Welcome, Open Level)
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There is no limit to the future that is in front of her.  In Mona’s world there is always a continuous beginning never an end, especially when it comes to success.  She continually encourages her clients to exercise, lose weight, and become more confident and creative through the art of pole dancing. She makes one promise, “I will continue to grow and be reborn in all aspects of my career and life.  You are always welcome to journey with me!”
Like you (and I), most people arrive at their first pole class looking for something different. In fact, I think that attraction to quirky is one of the things that make the pole community such a supportive and close-knit bunch of nut jobs. We finally found our people – the people with the same kinda weird as us! Hello fellow weirdos, thank you for shining your weird light so bright so I knew where to find you.
However, that surge of confidence isn’t so easy to imagine if you’re feeling nervous or bashful beforehand. Layne recommends going with a group of friends to help ease the anxiety, or taking a class with strangers to ensure anonymity. Either way, it sounds like pole dancing is an enjoyable, albeit arduous, way to work your glutes and guns while getting a self-esteem boost.
The ESCORT™ (Patent pending) is a cart that is designed to help with assembly and maneuverability of a light pole (40', 1000 lbs. max) around a job site. The Escort can also be used to easily transport conduit, ladders or other material around the job site. The ESCORT™ was named a 2013 SHOWSTOPPER winner at the recent convention of the National Electrical Contractor Association (NECA). Electrical Contractor Magazine has presented the annual NECA SHOWSTOPPER Winners for the past 15+ years. The NECA SHOWSTOPPER Showcase and Awards is the most prestigious recognition event in the electrical construction industry. The Showcase is designed to highlight new products and services designed to help electrical contractors on the job.
THE DISCOVER SERIES (Beginner/Intermediate Levels 2) – This class is the next step after the Beginner Escape Series. Level 2 is design for you to continue your pole training with different climb technics, shoulder mounts, inversion, static and spin pole poses, handstands, flexibility & intermediate pole combos, expanding your pole vocabulary, increasing your upper and lower body strength and core training. (This class is Recommended For Beginner And Beginner Intermediate Levels.)  
Have you always wanted to do the splits? Or perhaps a back arch? How is your core strength coming along? Come to our stretching and abs class, and we will help you improve your flexibility and abdominal and core strength safely. Remember that it takes dedication to reach your fitness goals. We are here to motivate and educate you on how to safely improve your flexibility and strength while having fun. Prerequisite: All levels welcome.
This class is Boot Camp for Pole! We will help you improve your balance and core strength for pole and overall general fitness. You will learn pole techniques with proper body and hand positioning and gain upper body and core strength with this unique strength building workout. Together we will build your confidence, strength, and posture, and yes it's fun! Prerequisite: All levels welcome.
The number of men pole dancing continues to grow every year. There are men’s divisions in competitions now, and I usually have at least one man in all the classes I take or teach. Men’s natural inclination toward upper body strength makes them ideal candidates for the sport. There are many ancient forms of pole dancing such as Chinese pole and Mallakhamb, which have been performed throughout history and almost exclusively by men.
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