What diameter dance pole is best?

45mm diameter poles – The industry standard diameter, used in studios, gyms and competitions across the world.

What size pole is best for beginners?

If you are just starting out it’s often recommended that you try a static (not spinning) 50mm chrome pole. While it’s great to start with those in a studio where you can change poles as you level up, it’s not so great when you have to sell it on and get a new one to advance.

How big of a space do you need for a pole?

How much space do I need? You should be able to swing your body out from your pole without danger of kicking a wall or furniture. A good rule of thumb is minimum 5.5′ from a wall or solid object and at least 7.5′ between two poles. If you are very tall/long limbed, you may want a bit more space.

What diameter dance pole is best? – Related Questions

Will a pole damage my ceiling?

The pole should leave no damage to a floor or ceiling, as long as it is used and maintained correctly!

Is my ceiling strong enough for a pole?

If you know that your ceiling is made of solid concrete, then all areas of the ceiling will be strong enough to hold your pole. However, if your ceiling is made up of metal girders or joists and boards then you need ensure that you are locating your pole underneath a girder or joist for maximum safety.

How much clearance do you need around a stripper pole?

The ideal radius is your total height when you reach your arms straight up past your head and point your toes plus an inch or two extra. However, you can do with less (just your height if you are on your toes) IF you stick to moves that don’t require that much space. Less than 5 feet will not work.

How far from the wall should a stripper pole be?

Ideally you’d have about 8 feet all the way around your pole. Some moves like reverse grabs and iron x’s take up a ton of room. I can kick a wall over 5 feet away in a reverse grab.

Why does my pole keep falling?

Make sure the pole is plumb, make it tighter, make sure your adjustment locking screws are in. Is your ceiling flexing and letting the pole move? What sort of moves are you doing? If you keep having trouble, tension your pole until you notice it doesn’t spin properly then back it off a turn and lock the adjustment.

Can you pole dance in a small room?

Whether you have a large space or small space, the main thing to think about is the space around your pole. Ideally you’ll want to be able to extend your body’s length and legs out when moving around the pole so preferably around 5-6ft and up in radius.

Can you put a dancing pole on carpet?

Using a pole on a carpet is fine, but remember that when you tighten the pole, the carpet will compress anywhere from 1/2-2 inches, so please be aware of this when measuring your ceiling and after initial set-up you may need to re-tighten.

Is pole dancing good for toning?

#3) Get A Toned Body You Can Be Proud Of

Because pole. That’s why! The huge array of exercises and movement involved in pole fitness mean that you’ll quickly notice your muscles becoming more toned from top to toe. It’s an absolutely fantastic workout for your abs, arms, legs, shoulders – everything!

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