Pole Dance Accessories: What You Need for a Successful Workout
At Aerial Fifty Two, we believe that pole dancing is more than just a workout; it’s a transformative journey that empowers your mind and body while letting your inner goddess shine. However, there are essential tools you need to help elevate your workout experience, enhance your safety, and performance, and help boost your overall enjoyment.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or you’re just starting your journey, let’s break down the must-have accessories you need in order to make your pole dance routines not only successful but amazing. Let’s find out how you can add that extra touch of magic to your pole dance fitness journey!
At Aerial Fifty Two, we understand the importance of equipping yourself with the right tools to make your pole dance journey safe, dynamic, and enjoyable.
Here are four must-have essential tools that can elevate your workout experience:
Knee Pads: Knee pads are your best friend when it comes to pole dancing. They provide crucial protection for your knees, particularly during floor work, leg hangs, and climbs. Quality knee pads not only shield your joints but also allow you to experiment with more risky moves without the fear of bruising. They contribute to a more comfortable and injury-free practice, enhancing your overall enjoyment of pole dancing.
Grip: If you find your hands feel moist even after drying them off, a pole grip, like Dry Hands, can help as you work through tricks on the pole. Whenever you feel your hands start to slide, squirt a dime- or nickel-sized dollop on your palms, rub your hands together to spread it around. Other grip aids like Monkey Hands or Dew Point help add just the right amount of moisture to the skin, helping you grip on the pole if dry skin is impacting your ability to grip the pole.
Heels: For those looking to add a touch of sexiness and style to their pole dance routines, heels are a great addition. Platform dance shoes offer stability and enhance the lines of your legs, creating a stunning visual while also providing added grip and support during climbs and inversions. Pole dance heels can help you show confidence and elegance, making your performances even more captivating.
Safety Mat: Also known as a crash mat, is a valuable addition to your pole dance setup. Placing a crash mat under the pole can provide an extra layer of protection in case you lose your grip or balance during challenging moves. Knowing you have a cushioned safety net can boost your confidence, allowing you to push your boundaries safely and explore new tricks and spins with peace of mind.
These four essential tools can significantly improve your pole dance experience, making your workouts safer, more effective, and incredibly enjoyable. At Aerial Fifty Two, we’re dedicated to helping you make the most of your pole dance journey, and these accessories are just a glimpse into the world of possibilities that await you in the studio.