The Art of Pole Dancing: A Spin-by-Spin Guide

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Pole dancing has become the biggest craze at health clubs, gyms, and dance studios—it’s the sexy style that every woman wants to learn. And why not?
It combines seductive poses with simple and enjoyable steps, spins, and lifts. Like any good dance form, it offers both fun and fitness, plus a wonderful opportunity to express your personality. Here’s a fabulous way to get into the pole-dancing groove and master those slinky, confidence-building moves—such as the “Teasy Does It,” ...
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Overview

Pole dancing has become the biggest craze at health clubs, gyms, and dance studios—it’s the sexy style that every woman wants to learn. And why not?
It combines seductive poses with simple and enjoyable steps, spins, and lifts. Like any good dance form, it offers both fun and fitness, plus a wonderful opportunity to express your personality. Here’s a fabulous way to get into the pole-dancing groove and master those slinky, confidence-building moves—such as the “Teasy Does It,” the “Hand Spin,” and the always irresistible “Strut”—in private. This sizzling guide features 50 of the best basic moves, from hip swivels, knee drops, and thigh wraps to booty shakes and splits. Attractive photographs open every chapter, and each choreographic morsel is illustrated with line drawings (more than 200 in all) as well as easy-to-follow instructions that will soon entice anyone to move boldly to the music!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402742385
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 10/28/2006
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 954,963
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 6.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Posted May 4, 2012

    this is pretty basic info that can be found on the internet anyw

    this is pretty basic info that can be found on the internet anyway, save your money and find another source

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 2, 2012

    The Art of Dancing Near a Pole, Not Pole Dancing

    This is not the book for you if you want to learn actual pole tricks and moves. There are little to no spins or tricks where both feet leave the floor. All the tricks are overly simple and do not make good use of the pole. The illustrated woman touches herself more than she touches the pole. It was dull and disappointing. Skip this one and find a studio that teaches actual pole dancing or do a web search for tricks.

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