The #1 reason your Ayesha sucks – anatomy of pole dance series

When I announced I was writing a blog about the anatomy of the Ayesha, I received soooo many awesome questions. It’s not surprising this move is so puzzling. The Ayesha is both a pole-goal must-have [...]

Laying down the layback – anatomy of pole dance series

Ahhh, the layback (otherwise known as cross-knee release / cross-ankle release – and probably many, MANY other names around the world) has always fascinated me. Partly because when I first learnt it myself, it was [...]

Chatting about the book – my first ever interview!

Over last 18 months, I have dedicated every ounce of writing energy I had to The Book, but now THE BEAST is finally finished, I promise more blog content is coming! I have some big, [...]

Strength and conditioning for pole – THE BOOK!

**UPDATE** - OMG the book is FINISHED! Pre-orders are open >>CLICK HERE<< to order today! I'm sorry I've been even quietier than usual on the blog lately. My intention is to post more regularly here [...]

Stability Ball Exercises on the Pole

In my last blog, we used the ball to add an extra CHALLENGE to *progress* bodyweight exercises. Now we’re using the ball to *ASSIST* with and *REGRESS* pole movements instead. Yey, progressions = my favourite! [...]

Stability Ball Circuit for Pole Dancers

Most us have one of these giant balls kicking about in our spare rooms/studios. Sadly, like the old exercise bike in the spare room relegated to live out its days as an expensive clothes hanger, [...]

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