Let me start off by saying that you wouldn’t be the first person to ask that question. The phrase “pole dancing” strikes an immediate mental image of dimly-lit nightclubs filled with scantily clad women dancing for tips for the majority of the population. Images from TV shows, movies, even personal experience have reduced the image of a vertical piece of metal to have only one purpose – for women to dance sexy and make money off of it.
Pole dancing for fitness is one of the newest and fastest growing industries not only in your town but across the globe. Pole dancing for exercise began around 20 years ago, however, this statement alone is debatable amongst the pole connoisseurs amongst us.