Arg! Christmas Calories! How to handle the festive feast and stay on track with your pole goals

By | December 19th, 2016|Fitness, Health|

Cooking a feast that would feed the 5,000 is as much a tradition in my family as baubles and [...]

Too Much of a Good Thing? 5 Ways to Avoid Overtraining in Pole

By | October 22nd, 2016|Fitness, Health, Shoulder health|

I originally wrote this article for United Pole Artists and it is reproduced here with their permission. “It becomes an [...]

Strengthen what you stretch! The problem with passive flexibility in pole

By | August 23rd, 2016|Fitness, Health, Shoulder health|

When we talk about stretching, mobility and flexibility, the terminology can get real confusing, real quick. ‘Passive stretching’, ‘active [...]

Lobster arm, anyone? Correcting and preventing muscle imbalances in pole

By | July 30th, 2016|Fitness, Health, Shoulder health|

You’ve probably heard the term ‘muscle imbalance’ being thrown around in pole class and wondered whether it matters to [...]