Are there exercises and stretches? How to strengthen the back? I’m only a pole dancer so it’s hard to say with any certainty but I’ve watched a few videos of pole dancers and they do seem to make improvements. Is there a way that a pole dancer can go from a relatively stiff body to one that is able to flex their back in an effort to stretch it?
Thanks for any help and I’ll try reading through your questions and maybe respond.
Dance has changed my life, I never thought anyone could possibly take it from me, it’s opened doors and pushed me to be myself. My life got brighter when I started dancing, even though it was just because of the people I met, just the people I would watch on YouTube. I feel like I’m just as successful as anyone else with no hard work at all, that’s not to say people don’t work hard, for everyone it just takes a different path, you’re just one of the lucky ones, my time will come and I’ll be successful no matter how I spend it. Dance is everything to me. I just have to get used to it.
Does dancing change your life? I’ve had a few friends quit dancing and go to real jobs, and some of them are doing great. If I didn’t dance, which means no dancing, I wouldn’t be who I am and I wouldn’t have a job.
Well… I do now, you’re an idiot.
I don’t really know for certain, but my brother used to be a professional dancer. I’m sure he’d want to quit but he’d need a real job before he had to go back into a trade that he enjoyed. The good thing about being at the top is that a high level of competition is always on. Even if the competition is from a local bar or a club.
Dancing really does give me something to look forward to every weekend. What a great job I was able to get from that thing. It will never go away.
When I think about it, most people’s idea of a career involves having a job as a waiter, waitress, bartender or bartender. What was your career path? What did you consider a real job?
I was always considered a waiter for a restaurant (or something) and I was always asked to serve food before, during and after business hours. I never thought I’d be a professional dancer, but I thought the work would be pretty neat and I