POLE LESSONS

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65 Posts
Sep 7, 2013 7:33pm
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WHAT IS YOUR OPINION ON THIS??

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52 Posts
Sep 7, 2013 7:35pm
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It can be a great workout....

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73 Posts
Sep 7, 2013 7:52pm
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It is a really great workout!  I've done it a few times when I wasn't pregnant and let me tell you, you will feel the burn after your first day lol.

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65 Posts
Sep 7, 2013 8:03pm
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Wow!!! I have to try it. Does it just build muscle in your legs???

07 Sep
No, it helps core and arms also.
07 Sep
Oh okay thank you!!!
14 Sep
No problem (:
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114 Posts
Sep 7, 2013 11:42pm
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I started taking a few classes with a friend. It is an excellent work out. It really works you all over. Do expect to be covered in bruises when you first start you get pretty banged up.

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159 Posts
Sep 8, 2013 12:58am
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Your topic made me reflect on the prospect of pole dancing classes for the first time ever. You know what? I can totally see the purpose of it!

I wonder how many guys there are who disapprove their wife/girlfriend taking pole dancing classes. Not only does it seem to be a good workout, it probably helps many women to be more sensual, to get to know and love their bodies and what they can do with it, to feel in control and desired. What's not to like?

Of course, if you are not in a good enough shape, then the opposite can happen: you might feel clumsy, heavy, fat and not in the least attractive. That can be motivation to lose weight and/or shape up first.

I think there is nothing wrong with wanting to keep in shape in an environment that just might motivate you, let you see yourself in a different light, teach you to be more confident and on top of that make you more sensual and desirable to whoever you are with. It might even help your sex life. So what? Exercise helps your sex life, too, and I don't hear anyone complaining!

I say try it if you feel you are in good shape. I warn you, though: it does look like heavy muscle workout at times! I know that, for now, my back and neck are not supple enough for me to risk it.

Report back if you do try.
10 Sep
I SURE WILL. I'M THINKING I'LL START AFTER MY CHALLENGE
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