Spinning is a natural and simple movement for most, however it can be a difficult technique for others.
However, spinning on the pole is perfectly acceptable for those that don’t have a natural spinning ability.
You will be doing this to teach yourself a new movement you’ve developed. It’s a good way of getting familiar with your own body in order to better develop a greater awareness of your own body.
I’m not going to tell you that this activity involves physical exertion, nor does it require the use of weights as it’s purely intended to increase your endurance and improve balance.
The purpose of spinning on the pole is not to get faster.
It’ll just get your heart rate up slightly and make you perform simple movements.
Step-by step guides to demonstrate how to spin on the pole
When doing these guided exercises you will need:
a ball and/or dummy
a suitable surface (try different kinds for different surfaces)
a couple of poles or poles with a rope hanging from them (if you are using the same pole on all your spins).
Instructor: David M. Kowal
The video will be in this page as you watch it, so the steps are in their correct order to get the most out of the exercise.
You can find more information below!
When your pole starts to wobble, stop and take a few seconds to think about what you’re doing and why you are doing it.
If you can’t think, just stop and come up for air.
I recommend taking at least one time to rest your body (rest is also important for your overall fitness) if you experience any discomfort.
I generally advise that you rest for at least an hour after your first pole spin
You can find a lot more information about spinning on the pole in the video. It explains the science behind this practice, including why you should rotate on your pole during a spin and how it feels.
What you’ll learn in this workshop:
Why and how to spin on the pole
How the movement works
How to use the ropes to ensure you get maximum benefit from the spin
The purpose of spinning on the pole
When to spin on the pole
How you get in the flow of the movement
The correct way to get over difficulties
The benefits of using the ropes
The safety and benefits of
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