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Beginner Pole Dancing Moves How To Do A Basic Climb

Beginner Pole Dancing Moves How To Do A Basic Climb

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Watch more How to Pole Dance videos howcast Subscribe to Howcasts YouTube Channel – howc.st Learn how to do a basic climb with this pole dancing lesson. Expert Mai Yee Howcast uploads the highest quality how-to videos daily Be sure to check out our playlists for guides that interest you howc.st Subscribe to Howcasts other YouTube Channels Howcast Health Channel – howc.st Howcast Video Games Channel – howc.st Howcast Tech Channel – howc.st Howcast Food Channel – howc.st Howcast Arts amp Recreation Channel – howc.st Howcast Sports amp Fitness Channel – howc.st Howcast Personal Care amp Style Channel – howc.st Howcast empowers people with engaging, useful how-to information wherever, whenever they need to know how. Emphasizing high-quality instructional videos, Howcast brings you experts who provide accurate information in easy-to-follow tutorials on everything from makeup, hairstyling, nail art design, and soccer to parkour, skateboarding, dancing, kissing, and much, much more. My name is Mai Yee. Im an instructor at Sheila Kellys S Factor Studio in Manhattan New York. Ive been doing this movement for five years now, and its a movement that combines ballet, pilates, strip-tease, and pole dancing. We have a website were you can get more information and thats sfactor… and Im here today to talk to you about pole dancing. Im gonna show you how to climb the pole today. This is a basic climb. As women we have a lot of strength in our legs, so I want you ltbgt…ltbgt

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  1. @Goldib04 Lol she says rub down your pole make sure your hands are slipery
    and chill dont be scared so your hands wont shake maybe you keep sliping
    cuz your pole is slpiry

  2. Oh wow! I’ve been learning in Tokyo and I’ve been taught a different
    technique where we grip the pole with the right leg, then close the left
    leg over the front of the pole and the climbing requires a lot of arm
    strength… I think I’ll give this a whirl! Thanks!

  3. I am too. Being petite is definitely an advantage in pole dancing, but with practice you’ll get there! The heavier you are, the stronger your arm muscles need to be for climbing.

  4. In my opinion, there’s a much easier way to climb and it will get you ready to reverse climb. Check out ‚Pole Dancing for Fitness: Climbing During Pole Dancing‘. It’s on Expert Village as well as Youtube.

  5. This was hands down the most useful, detailed instruction I’ve ever watched (and there’s a zillion out there now). Go NYC! What a skilled, strong, articulate instructor that is able to break it down so you can learn the right way from the beginning. And such a fluid strength in her trajectory. Wow. Mad skills.

  6. I hate instructors!! they make it look so easy, either I’m extremely weak or I just couldn’t climb it. Tried like a hundred times and left with my abs on fire. My body is still aching..

  7. yay 🙂 I’ve been dancing for four months and nobody has been able to explain it to me like this. 🙁 now i can start learning some more pole tricks that start with climbing 😉

  8. I did it today!!! So proud of myself.. Either I got stronger in 2 weeks or just never knew I had that much upper body strength. =D Even progressing to moves that require you to be up on the pole.

  9. Just tried this and I did it! YAY 🙂 It didn’t hurt too bad at all, but my hands were really slippery so it was hard to climb the second time! Keep trying guys you’ll learn it no time 🙂

  10. I have noticed that you really do have to warm up and get your body warm…kind of sweating a bit and then it can be done. U just cant go on the pole and do it. Also if you just take a hot bath, it can be done. check out studioveena . com her lessons are great!! great community on there.

  11. I have noticed that you really do have to warm up and get your body warm…kind of sweating a bit and then it can be done. U just cant go on the pole and do it. Also if you just take a hot bath, it can be done. check out studioveena . com her lessons are great!! great community on there.

  12. This seems so interesting but I’m probably too young and parents probably would b lyke oh so u want to be a stripper, I don’t want to be a stripper or strip off any clothes in general I would do it just for fun 😛

  13. This seems so interesting but I’m probably too young and parents probably would b lyke oh so u want to be a stripper, I don’t want to be a stripper or strip off any clothes in general I would do it just for fun 😛

  14. How long should it take a beginner to master this? I’m finding it so hard only started trying by the way I’m clearly too weak haha help?

  15. I have noticed that you really do have to warm up and get your body warm…kind of sweating a bit and then it can be done. U just cant go on the pole and do it. Also if you just take a hot bath, it can be done. check out studioveena . com her lessons are great!! great community on there.

  16. I have noticed that you really do have to warm up and get your body warm…kind of sweating a bit and then it can be done. U just cant go on the pole and do it. Also if you just take a hot bath, it can be done. check out studioveena . com her lessons are great!! great community on there.

  17. Just tried this and I did it! YAY 🙂 It didn’t hurt too bad at all, but my hands were really slippery so it was hard to climb the second time! Keep trying guys you’ll learn it no time 🙂

  18. I did it today!!! So proud of myself.. Either I got stronger in 2 weeks or just never knew I had that much upper body strength. =D Even progressing to moves that require you to be up on the pole.

  19. yay 🙂 I’ve been dancing for four months and nobody has been able to explain it to me like this. 🙁 now i can start learning some more pole tricks that start with climbing 😉

  20. I hate instructors!! they make it look so easy, either I’m extremely weak or I just couldn’t climb it. Tried like a hundred times and left with my abs on fire. My body is still aching.. 

  21. This was hands down the most useful, detailed instruction I’ve ever watched (and there’s a zillion out there now). Go NYC! What a skilled, strong, articulate instructor that is able to break it down so you can learn the right way from the beginning. And such a fluid strength in her trajectory. Wow. Mad skills.

  22. In my opinion, there’s a much easier way to climb and it will get you ready to reverse climb. Check out ‚Pole Dancing for Fitness: Climbing During Pole Dancing‘. It’s on Expert Village as well as Youtube.

  23. I am too. Being petite is definitely an advantage in pole dancing, but with practice you’ll get there! The heavier you are, the stronger your arm muscles need to be for climbing.

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  25. Hello everyone. Wonderful video clip.

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  26. I’ve never seen a climb with both feet on the same side of the pole. I do this climb the same way except I keep one foot infront of the pole hooked in my back ankle and pressing against my calve; and the other foot hooked in the ankle. This allows me to point my feet while climbing without losing the thigh grip and leg strength while still looking pretty.

  27. Don’t worry I am not dissing you I think u r great at it but I just never
    thought you could climb a pole with two legs behind you but ur really good
    at it

  28. I really wish I had gotten a spinning pole! I chose static because I was
    told its safer for a beginner. I’ve promised myself an X pole for Easter as
    a fitness reward, but until then – Should I practice spinning pole moves on
    a stationary pole or are some moves just not made for static poles? I’ll
    try them all, but it’s discouraging not to be able to emulate what I see. I
    don’t want to make excuses, but I don’t want to hurt myself either.

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