Pool workouts are good because they relieve pressure on the joints. And pole dancing is an opportunity to develop plasticity. So why not cross the pylon with the pool, reaping the double benefits from the lessons …
AquaPole is a new fitness trend, the idea of which was recently born in Italy, but quickly became popular all over the world.
The essence of the new training is that long poles (2, 2 meters high) are installed in the pool on a round pedestal. Thanks to such a find, even those who cannot boast of ideal sports form can practice pole dancing.
The Pole + Pool is a way to warm up all of your core muscles by focusing on your glutes, hamstrings, and back.
Australian AquaPole instructor Jody Chandler assures that the new training is suitable for all ages and levels of flexibility:
In addition to its health benefits, AquaPole promotes pool activities. Because before they thought of installing an underwater pylon, it was believed that aerobics in the pool was entertainment exclusively for the elderly.
However, instructors did not transfer the entire arsenal of tricks from the traditional pole dance to AquaPole - upside down poses are excluded here, because it is difficult to breathe under water. But on the other hand, anyone who cannot throw a leg over their head can easily achieve this by swimming around a pole in the pool.