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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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