• Pole Dancing Lessons

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    lilmadam92 [sign in to see picture]
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    So me and a friend are off for our first pole dancing lesson this week! We are complete beginners and I wondered if anyone who had been before could warn me what to expect! Obviously all companies will differ but I'm getting nervous now!

    Thanks guys! :)

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    MissTerryCleavage [sign in to see picture]
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    Good luck with it, am sure it'll be fine, Ronnie-baby has done it and posted some bits in a thread here http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/community/forums/sex-tips-and-talk/372259-pole-dancing-anyone-ever-tried-it/ Maybe try to catch her online and ask any questions.

    Am sure the teacher and other pupils will make you feel very welcome, every is new to it one time or another :)

    A friend of mine did it a couple of years ago, and absolutely loved it, and she is a very shy quiet girl, she got really toned and lost some weight doing it, and heartily recommended it :)

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    YunaYunalesca [sign in to see picture]
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    lilmadam92 wrote:

    So me and a friend are off for our first pole dancing lesson this week! We are complete beginners and I wondered if anyone who had been before could warn me what to expect! Obviously all companies will differ but I'm getting nervous now!

    Thanks guys! :)

    Bruised knees, friction burns and VERY sore arms the next day.

    Still, it's really really good fun and good workout

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    Pixie_Murree [sign in to see picture]
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    YunaYunalesca wrote:

    lilmadam92 wrote:

    So me and a friend are off for our first pole dancing lesson this week! We are complete beginners and I wondered if anyone who had been before could warn me what to expect! Obviously all companies will differ but I'm getting nervous now!

    Thanks guys! :)

    Bruised knees, friction burns and VERY sore arms the next day.

    Still, it's really really good fun and good workout

    Agreed - It takes awhile for it not to hurt but its great fun and amazing exercise! Have fun xx

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    Geordie_Paul [sign in to see picture]
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    Hi,

    My OH did pole dancing lessons for a while and has her own pole as well... be prepared for lots and lots of bruises and if you've had a good work out a bit of aching and paining the next day. Not too disimilar to a gym workout... but with the bruises lol

    Not going to lie I've had a go on her pole and I reckon I'm a dab hand at it... so much so that she video'd me secretely and showed all of her pals......... fantastic!!!! Haha

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    gymnast_kerry [sign in to see picture]
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    I teach pole dancing, and its gresta fun a great workout and yes bruises are expected and trust me your body doesnt get used to it either been doing it half a year and still get bruises now, but its all good fun and great to do in the long run

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    lilmadam92 [sign in to see picture]
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    Thanks guys! I shall pre-warn the OH to expect me bruised all over! haha

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