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Hey Ladies, Would you ever consider taking a pole fitness class?

  1. GDiBiase profile image80
    GDiBiaseposted 6 years ago

    Hey Ladies, Would you ever consider taking a pole fitness class?

  2. CrystalSchwanke profile image76
    CrystalSchwankeposted 6 years ago

    Absolutely! It's just so expensive where I live, so I haven't. I'm always interested in new ways to build strength and increase flexibility in ways that don't feel like working out.

  3. georgiecarlos profile image58
    georgiecarlosposted 6 years ago

    Yes! It's also quite expensive in my area but I know some friends who take pole dancing class and not only is it fun but it really toned their entire body and it improved their fitness level! They warned me though that for the first few sessions, your body will really be sore all over!

  4. melissa43 profile image58
    melissa43posted 6 years ago

    I took a pole fitness class once, and it was really fun and a great workout! I agree, though, it is really expensive. The only reason I took it in the first place was that I got a special price for a month. The place where I go offers specials periodically on their website, so if you are thinking about going you should look for specials. One warning: after I took my first class, I felt that I had ripped all the muscles in my arms because I was so sore for the rest of the week.

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    trainer ben gamonposted 6 years ago

    my friend took one at crunch, she loved it. it is not what you would expect.

  6. toomuchmint profile image75
    toomuchmintposted 5 years ago

    I took them for a while at a studio during a New Year's New You sale.  After that, they were too expensive, but I stuck with it at home.  Once you have the basics down, it's not too hard to work on new moves from YouTube or other sites. 

    And it's sort of less embarrassing, since there's no one to see the super clumsy parts ;-)

 
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