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Great New Years Resolutions for Pole and Aerial!

Great New Years Resolutions for Pole and Aerial!

Happy New Year! It’s that time of year again where I’m sitting down to write my new years resolutions. They usually include: eat less chocolate (I’m currently finishing off the last of the quality street, Christmas calories still don’t count, right?!), do more ab workouts and get into a gym routine. Everyone has different goals for their pole and aerial training so I’ve put together a list of great resolutions that can help you with your goals!

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2017 Pole and Aerial Catch Up

2017 Pole and Aerial Catch Up

I’m sure I say it every year but I really can’t believe how quickly 2017 has gone! I feel like I’ve had such a rollercoaster year! Although, I’ve had so much going on that my own pole and aerial training has taken a back seat. I thought this is the perfect time to write a quick blog post about the year.

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34 Pretty Pole Photoshoot Moves

34 Pretty Pole Photoshoot Moves

Pole photoshoots are so popular at the moment. They’re a great way of getting some amazing pictures of your favourite pole moves. It can also be so hard deciding on which moves to go for. The incredibly difficult moves are definitely an achievement, though they often don’t look that lovely. I used to always get pictures of the hardest moves I could do, now I definitely prefer the simple poses. They’re just so pretty!

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Aerial Hoop Amazons

Aerial Hoop Amazons

The neck and side amazons were the first “scary” hoop moves I tried. The sliding out, hoping your arm will hold you is pretty terrifying when you’ve first started! I immediately loved the shape of them though. Now, after 5 years they’re still some of my favourite moves.

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Ways to get into an Aerial Silks Hiplock/Hipkey

Ways to get into an Aerial Silks Hiplock/Hipkey

A hiplock is also commonly known as a hipkey. It is a move in which you have the silks wrapped around your upper thighs and roll into them so they come across your hips and lock you into place. Once you’re in it you need to squeeze everything! It should feel secure and not painful, which is my favourite kind of move!

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Aerial Hoop Mounts

Aerial Hoop Mounts

When you do aerial hoop, getting into the hoop is the hardest part! It’s also the hardest bit to make look elegant! There are however, lots of different ways you can do it. Which is always good because everyone likes different things. It’s good to know the different ways to get into the hoop as they’ll help you with certain moves. It also adds a bit of variety to your training.