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Pole Physio Blog. How To Handspring

The Handspring Road Map

September 26, 2019

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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Pole Physio Blog. Is Twisty Grip Evil

Is Twisty Grip Really Evil?

September 19, 2019

A Bad Reputation Twisty Grip is a very popular and useful grip in pole dancing. The Twisty Grip Handspring is also one of those rite of passage tricks that a lot of pole dancers dream to achieve. However, Twisty Grip has been blamed for causing many a shoulder injury. In fact, Twisty Grip has such...

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Pole Physio Blog. How To Spatchcock

Anatomy of the Spatchcock Revisited

September 5, 2019

The Elusive Spatchcock When I posted this in 2015, it was right in the middle of a great debate about the Spatchcock’s aesthetics, there were some very strong comments made and a lot of equally strong responses. It was quite a stir! Whether you like the look of the Spatchcock or not is a matter...

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Pole Physio Blog. Train Hard. Rest Harder
Pole Physio

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

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Voice Physio Blog. Posture and Singing
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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

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MoveMedics Blog. Are Spinal Curves Normal
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Your Spine is Meant to be Curvy.

The Low-Down on Spinal Curvatures Kyphosis and lordosis, two words you’re likely to hear in a discussion about spinal curvatures. As with anything foreign and unfamiliar, they come with a

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