Like cupcake flavoured artichokes and the benefit of drinking eight glasses of water being that you subsequently become a millionaire, things that are good for you should be fun. Fitness is defiantly something that should be enjoyed so try something different with a one hour pole dancing class at Fusion Dance for R50.
Finding innovative and enjoyable ways to stay fit isn’t easy. There must be better methods than going for long monotonous jogs and taking your dog Charleston for walks where he basically walks you at rapid speeds through the neighbour’s bushes and straight into a stop sign. Fusion Dance, situated in the Highway area, specialises in empowering you through the teaching of exotic and nouveau dance styles. With today’s Groupon the highly trained pole masters at Fusion Dance will allow you to channel your inner vixen with a one hour pole dancing class.
Pole fitness has become an acknowledged sport practiced by many famous actresses, fitness fanatics and even the odd housewife next door. Not only does it improve muscle tone and general fitness, pole dancing is also great for flexibility and self-confidence. Getting similar benefits of pole dancing is claimed to be the same as seven hours in the gym. With this Groupon, the class is designed to teach you some of the more basic moves, like spinning, climbing and other tricks and it is also designed to help build up core and upper body strength.
If you think pole fitness is for sissies and ladies of the night in skimpy outfits, you will soon learn that pole dancing is no small feat. It requires excessive strength, balance and will leave you out of breathe and wondering why you ever underestimated this fine art, in no time. Pole dancing is also nothing new – the history of pole performing can be traced back thousands of years to China. The Chinese would place a wooden pole into the ground and perform a series of aerobic moves for the Emperor. Fusion Dance is the largest professional exotic dancing studio catering to the Highway area and are members and affiliates of the Pole Fitness Association of South Africa (PFASA) amongst many other recognised and respectable associations.
Pole fact: Pole dancers in Bolivia used to practice on thin trees in the forest before they had professional poles. This was slightly rougher and more painful and the women were more than relieved when their new equipment arrived.