Pole Dancing Gets You Sweaty
Despite the fact that there is a striking amount of controversy surrounding the sensual movements used for pole dancing, it is rapidly growing in its popularity, particularly when it comes to a fun and effective way to be able to get your cardio exercise in on a regular basis. It is easy to understand why this type of workout is taking off, as it is one of the fastest ways to get fit and tone up while you enjoy a laugh at the same time.
Typically speaking, pole dancing classes are designed exclusively for women and area combination of erotic dancing and making the correct pleasured expressions while completing strikingly physical moves and maneuvers to the beat of fast and funky music. The entire purpose of the classes is to have fun. If you are headed to a pole dancing class with an intense and serious attitude, then you will certainly be missing the point. You’ll be surrounded by other women who are there to enjoy themselves as they feel sexy and get in a good laugh.
From the start, you’ll learn about half a dozen basic pole dancing moves, including how to actually climb the pole. Doing this to a beat and looking sexy at the same time is quite challenging and can help you to work up quite a sweat. This, combined with the spinning, twirling, swinging, and shaking it can help you to use a lot of muscles and to make sure that you’re getting your blood pumping.
These pole dancing fitness classes are not designed to teach you to be a professional dancer. Instead, they are geared toward women who want to boost their flexibility, posture, and fitness levels while blasting away calories and improving their confidence.
When it comes to building up a sweat through pole dancing, you’ll enjoy the following benefits:
- Calorie burning – every class will help you to burn up to 250 calories. This is comparable to a good workout at the gym.
- Builds and tones muscle – the movements and the fact that you are holding up your entire weight can help you to strengthen your entire upper body. It will help you to build and strengthen your core – your abs and back in particular – as well as your arms, legs, and backside.
- Improves your mood – both the activity and the nature of the exercise can help your body to naturally release endorphins (the happy hormones) that help you to feel more energized and better overall.