Month: September 2019

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The Handspring Road Map

The Foundation to Handspring Success The Handspring, aka Split Grip Ayesha, is a goal trick for a lot of pole dancers. Not only does the Handspring offer a great sense of achievement, it also opens the door to a lot of fun tricks, combos, and transitions. It is certainly one of those rite of passage tricks and …

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Vocal Load Management Part 1: Technique or Capacity?

Good Technique Does Not Exempt You from Voice Injuries I came across this comment online recently: “If you have good vocal technique then you won’t have voice injuries”and I wholeheartedly disagree. Good technique is critical for voice health, that is for certain, but there is something equally as important as technique and that is vocal capacity. …

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Pain Does NOT Mean Tissue Damage

The 4 Scenarios of Pain and Tissue Damage “Pain equals damage” is easily one of the biggest pain myths of all. No, pain does NOT equal damage. Let’s take a closer look. Where pain and tissue damage are concerned, there’re 4 possible scenarios. Scenario 1: No tissue damage. No pain. Scenario 2: Tissue damage. Pain Scenario 3: Tissue …

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Train Hard. Rest Harder.

The Often Neglected Aspect of Training What would you say is the most important aspect of your pole training? Drilling your trick? Conditioning? Stretching? Polishing your combos? Rest? If you have said rest? High five. You’ve nailed it on the Pleaser heel. Rest is the single most important aspect of any training schedule. It doesn’t …

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Posture & Voice Users

The Obsession About Posture Posture is something all professional voice users have to think about. For singers, you need to think about your posture for singing and stage presence. For speakers, you also need to think about stage presence and how best to look confident and engaging to your audience. Posture also has a bad …

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