My Pole Goals For 2018

If you’ve read any of my New Years posts before, you’ll know that I don’t make any resolutions… mostly because I never stick to them!

So instead, I’ve decided to make a list of moves that I want to start working on, or continue working on.

I’ve decided to let you know what I hope to work on this year – and you can let me know what you’ll be working on too 😀

My List

Janeiro – so I managed to get my Janeiro this year!! Woo hoo! It’s taken me a good few years of trying but I’ve managed it twice. I now want to make it stronger and more consistent.

Aerial deadlift – I’ve been working on my aerial deadlift in all grips. My split grip is coming on nicely with a resistance band but my cup grip is still far behind. I would like to be able to have a strong deadlift without the band – wouldn’t we all?! 😀

Shoulder mount plank – I do have my shoulder mount plank – I can hold it with one leg bent and one leg straight for a long time (or at least what feels like a long time!) so now I need to get both legs straight and just hold. I can lower with straight legs and hold for a second or two but it needs to be longer!

More floor work – I feel happy with the floor work that I’ve been working on so far, so I would now like to learn more floor work. I haven’t quite figured out what I want to learn exactly, but I’m happy to play and see where it leads me.

A solid back bend – my back is the least bendy part of me by far. When I’m consistent with training flexibility I definitely notice a difference, but I haven’t had time to do it for a while. So now it’s go time 😀 I will still carry on working on all areas of flexibility though – got to keep those splits warm!

I have decided to only have 5 things on my list to work on, as it just gets overwhelming otherwise. Of course I’ll train other moves but these are the areas I want to focus on now.

I hope this list has inspired you to write your own list – and let me know what is on it.

I hope you had an amazing Christmas, and that you have an amazing New Year Xx

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Comments From the PoleFreaks Community:

  1. In pole dancing lower back play a major role in pole goals, it is important to strong lower back for pole dancing i mention some exercises that can help in it
    1. Partial Crunches
    2. Hamstring stretches
    3. Wall sits
    4. Press-up back extensions
    5. Bird dog
    these exercises can help to keep lower back strong.

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