Saturday, 15 October 2011

Dig up fit with Pole Dancing

Western pole dancing originated in the 1920s at the elevation of the American depression.

Traveling fairs would go from town to town enjoyable the crowds. As piece of the fair, there were many diverse types of side shows in small tents close the main tent. In one of the side tents, girls would dance suggestively on a small stage in front of crowds of cheering men. Such dances were called ‘Hoochie Coochie’ dances, and were sexually challenging. They became crazily popular. The tent pole became known, as the ‘dance pole’, which still exists nowadays.

It’s a total body workout, as each movement is synchronized to gush into the after that. There are two kinds of pole dancing workouts; one with an authentic pole and the other, which is exotic dancing. Pole dancing classes, complete with sensual moves to funky music, are strictly for women. Most classes will teach you the basic moves and even how to climb the pole, which is not as easy as it sounds.

Supporting your entire weight with one arm can be challenging and will build your upper body. It also helps strengthen and tone your core muscles, back, legs and thighs. It’s a toning exercise and not a cardioid workout. But expect to burn at least 250 or more calories in an hour. It builds and tones muscles.


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