Here’s a few reasons:
People like to be part of a crowd and dance as part of that crowd. They don’t want to take themselves out of it!
It’s a fun way of being physically active without much of an effort.
It offers the same physical benefits of pole dancing, but with a little more movement!
It makes for a “nice” hang. It’s like a “belly burner!”
You can move with all the skill levels from beginner to advanced. You only need to do a few moves when you start out; it’s really a nice, low-risk activity to learn.
I’m not saying that pole dancing isn’t exciting; it is. Pole dancing is exciting and a blast to be part of a crowd. But I’m not saying that pole dancing has to be the same way every time you do it.
What is pole dancing like?
It starts out on a mat or board:
This mat can be on the floor or used to support your body weight.
Your feet are on the mat or board, not the floor.
There is no “feet-on-foot” experience—you’re all on the same mat.
Your whole body is engaged in the activity as you perform your turns.
You can’t feel your “feet”—the whole of your body is on the mat.
A few steps from where you started on a mat or board, you come into a circle or group. You’re in a group in and of itself, but you’re separated by a wall or a fence or whatever you use to separate them at the front of the mat.
Each person of the group is part of a team, with members taking turns holding onto the walls and fences in that group.
You’re all going in the same direction and using the same muscles.
The number of teams at this party is unlimited, and it’s a great feeling when everyone is part of a team.
When you get into an “all-out” effort where you’re constantly jumping and jumping and jumping, each step hurts.
The next step, jumping, is actually a “fling”, but when you’re “flinging” you don’t really take a step.
We move in tandem with other people at that moment.
Now, we move in reverse—each person of the group stays in a group with whoever was
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