Dancing Poles Reviews
Comments or questions are welcome.
WOW! You must really be working hard. Pretty much all you can do is keep your blisters clean and wait for them to heal. Which pole do you have? A powder coated one? Just wondering, and those tend to be the grippiest surface
I just started pole dancing and I have 3 blisters on my hands…2 of them hurt really bad but the one on my right hand popped…I have been putting antibiotic and making sure it disinfected…I also put some liquid skin so it won’t get wet. I haven’t been able to pole for 2 days now..
AHH, So sorry Shelley! We had a site meltdown. I have been out of sorts as well as I just opened my own pole dance studio in the San Francisco Bay Area!
Here is a link to my youtube channel, you will find the videos there for your viewing pleasure. I hope you are finding them helpful.
All the links your are sending me are giving me an error code. How come I cannot get to the videos you are sending me ?? Is the address correct ???
When I copy and paste it into my browser, it does not work.
Thanks for your help.
Hi, I was getting updates on moves from Deb in my emails. They now all come with the address in the email, eg: http://polelessons.net/foundational-pole-moves/pole-dance-chair-sit.html
However, when I copy and paste this to my browser it tells me it does not exist. Does Deb still offer these videos and is there a reason why I can no longer view them, but am still receiving the emails telling me to go check out the new videos.
Thanks so much from a wannabe dancer who needs the videos to learn from.
HAVE A GREAT DAY !! CHEERS ???
Lil Mynx once again comes out ahead! Check out the Lil Mynx rotator. It’ll meet all your needs.
Keep on spinning!
The Lil Mynx is perfect for you!
Hi,Those are all good questions. I know which dance poles I like, but it's mostly about your needs…. I love to recommend the Lil Mynx single piece rotator. I have a couple. They are really sturdy and have both stationary and rotating capacity. Competitions use different dance poles depending on their sponsers they are mostly one piece poles….. the diameter is 50mm which is way better for leg and body gripping! have fun, keep on spinningxo deb
i also forgott to mention in regaurds of getting a pole that fits me. i am 5'5 i weigh 140 lbs, my cieling is 8ft and im not going to be moving it around also i've been pole dancing for 7 months now.
I have been doing some research on my poles and I was looking for a spinning and stationary pole. which brand do you recomend? also do you recomend a one piece pole or multi piece pole? It is going to be used for doing tricks. anddd ONE more question which brand do they usually use in the compititions? what dimmentions/ diameters? 45mm or 50mm? which is best for doing tricks?
Hi Lady TJ,i can only recommend buying a dance pole on the actual sites… unless you are buying a used one from a friend. there have been counterfeits out there and it would be a bummer to get something that is not good quality. I think that the Lil Mynx one piece original removeable dance pole would be a good one fior you, it actually has a small fixture that gets installed into a ceiling joist so it's pretty sturdy. The little fixture can stay put when you take you pole down when guests come over, or you can remove that too……it will leave a small hole that can be filled in with spackle when you need to! The X-Pole is a great pole, and if installed correctly it can be a nice strong dance pole option as well.best wishes, and keep on spinning!Deb
I am a size 14 195lb pole dancing student. I am looking to get a pole at home to practice what I am learning in class but I am very confused about what pole I should get. It has to be removable because when guest come over I don't want them seeing it. I would also like it to have the static and spinning option. My main worry is that I am too heavy for a portable pole. Platinum stages lists the weight maximum at 200lbs. I don't what to do. Please advise your thoughts on a pole that would be suitible for me. I was considering the Xpole as well. And there there are many options on ebay and amazon that are more affordable and seam to have everything the name brand poles do but I don't know if I should trust it. Your feed back would be extremly helpful im me making a decision on what pole to buy.
Did you mean the Lil Mynx original? Well although I have a Lil Mynx dance pole myself and love it, it might not be what you want. The Lil Mynx original, rotator, and petite style dance poles require a small bolt to be installed in your ceiling. On the other hand Lil Mynx does make a friction mount pole. They call it their Pro pole. It’s a multi piece dance pole that comes with both the bolt and friction mount options. None of these poles require any floor mounts as it is tension between floor and ceiling that holds them in place.
The ceiling mount (if you decide to go with the original) is about a 2″ diameter piece that bolts into your ceiling joist with a 1/4″ bolt. Under the right conditions it should have a minimal amount of damage on your ceiling, and should be fixed easily with spackle, if and when you move out of your apartment!
I hope this helps, keep on spinnin!!
Hi, I am looking for a pole for my apartment. Being that it is an apartment, a pole that has a stable platform is the key (especially since it cannot be bolted to the ceiling or floor). I was leaning more towards the lil mynx-standard one. Do you guys have any comments or tips to help out my buying decision…..Thank You!