POLE DANCING

Conquering Your “Bad Side” in Pole Dance

Conquering Your "Bad Side" in Pole Dance
Written by Vertical Wise

We’ve all been there: crushing moves on our “good side” while the other side feels like a foreign land on the pole. But what if I told you that training from the bad side is the secret weapon to becoming a stronger, more versatile pole dancer?

Why “Bad Side” Training Matters

Let’s face it, routines tend to flow more naturally on our dominant side. But here’s the thing: neglecting your “bad side” holds you back from becoming the phenomenal pole dancer you were meant to be! Here’s why:

  • Strength & Symmetry: Imagine yourself effortlessly flowing through a sequence, both sides equally strong and graceful. That’s the magic of training from the bad side. It strengthens your weaker side, leading to better balance, improved posture, and a reduction in the risk of injuries.
  • Technique Tweaks: Struggling with a specific move? Training from the bad side can be a game-changer. Sometimes, a slight shift in perspective (literally, a different side of the pole) exposes hidden technical flaws. Mastering the move on your “bad side” can lead to a deeper understanding and smoother execution on your dominant side too.
  • Brain Boost: Think of your brain as a magnificent control center. Training from the bad side challenges it to create new neural pathways, enhancing your coordination and overall body awareness. This translates to quicker learning of new tricks and a sharper mind-muscle connection.
  • Confidence Catalyst: There’s a sense of accomplishment that comes with conquering your “bad side.”Training from the bad side boosts your confidence, pushing you outside your comfort zone and proving to yourself that you can truly achieve anything you set your mind to on the pole.

Conquering Your “Bad Side”: Practical Tips & Tricks

So, you’re ready to welcome training from the bad side, but where do you begin? Here are some practical tips to get you started:

  • Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Invest in a full-length mirror near your pole. This allows you to visually compare your form on both sides, identifying areas that need extra attention.
  • Break it Down: Don’t try to conquer complex moves right off the bat. Start by focusing on basic spins, climbs, and floor work on your “bad side.” As your confidence and strength build, gradually progress to more challenging tricks.
  • Focus on Grip: A solid grip is essential for good technique, especially on your “bad side.” Experiment with different hand and leg placements to find what feels most secure and allows for smooth transitions.
  • Embrace the Wobble: It’s perfectly normal to feel a little wobbly when first training your “bad side.” Don’t get discouraged! Celebrate the small wins, and focus on gradual improvement over time.
  • Find Your Tribe: Surrounding yourself with supportive fellow pole dancers can make a world of difference. Join a class or online community where you can share experiences, ask questions, and motivate each other during training from the bad side challenges.

FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions about training from the bad side

Q: Is it okay to avoid training my “bad side” altogether?

A: While it’s tempting to stick to what feels comfortable, neglecting your “bad side” can lead to muscular imbalances and hinder your overall progress. Embrace the challenge!

Q: How often should I train my “bad side”?

A: Even dedicating a few minutes per training session to training from the bad side can make a big difference. Consistency is key!

Q: What if I feel like I’m just not getting it on my “bad side”?

A: Be patient! Προπόνηση απο την κακή πλευρα takes time and dedication. Don’t compare yourself to others; focus on your own progress and celebrate every milestone.

Wrapping Up

By stepping outside your comfort zone and embracing the “bad side” of the pole, you cultivate resilience, adaptability, and a never-give-up attitude that extends far beyond the studio. So, ditch the limitations, unleash your inner powerhouse, and embrace the transformative power of Προπόνηση απο την κακή πλευρα. You might just surprise yourself with what you can achieve!

 


Feeling stuck on one side of the pole? What’s your favorite drill to conquer your “bad side”?

About the author

Vertical Wise

Το Vertical Wise είναι η πρώτη ιστοσελίδα στην Ελλάδα αλλά και σε όλο τον κόσμο με Pole & Aerial Fitness θεματολογία. Σκοπός της είναι να υποστηρίξει την Pole & Aerial κοινότητα αλλά και να φέρει τον συγκεκριμένο τρόπο εκγύμνασης πιο κοντά στο ευρύ κοινό.

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