Although pole dance still bears a negative image for many people, it is still however a fun way to exercise and even bond with your friends, however this shouldn’t discourage you from taking up this exciting and fun hobby and exercise. But pole dancing isn’t limited to just fancy dance routines as many things can be incorporated into your routine… but what kind of shoes and clothes should one wear when it comes to pole dancing?
The most important aspect of pole dancing is the shoes!
Now, compared to other sports and hobbies, pole dancing doesn’t require fancy shoes except for a good pair of high heels, in fact, the higher it is; the better. But one doesn’t have to start with the highest pair of heels they can find in the mall, a pair of sturdy 4-inch heels is a good start for anyone who wants to learn pole dancing and also wants to have a best dance teacher, this is also helpful for those who are not used to wearing heels on a daily basis as it can greatly help them with their posture and balance when they take a spin on the pole. A little tip for those who are not used to wearing heels, once you buy a pair of heels, it’s recommended that you wear them often so that you can get used to it. Wear them to work, school, or if you’re going out with friends while pairing it with a little black dress and that cute purse, however, if you’ll be moving around at school or work, try wearing your heels in your home and practice walking around for a few minutes or an hour.
Yes, there are indeed shoes that are meant for pole dancing itself, some of them are cute and simple while the others can be eye-catching and avant garde. We recommend that you try different kinds of heels until you find one that suits you perfectly but it’s best that you avoid heels with big buckles or spiked studs so that you won’t injure yourself while wearing them or when you strut your stuff on the pole.
They may look pretty but if you aren’t careful, they can injure you and others in the process.
Also an important aspect in pole dancing, although some dance studios may opt not to wear them to make pole dancing lessons more special. Like shoes, you can also mix and match your clothes in pole dancing, but it’s recommended that you stick to skin tight clothing to prevent your heels from getting caught in loose and flowy clothing, or worse, you could end up wrapping yourself around the pole if you use loose clothing. A simple tank top and some booty shorts are enough for pole dancing, or if you prefer, you could pair it with leggings or simply dance in your underwear. Companies such as Bad Kitty in the United States, specialise in pole dancing clothes that combines function and sexiness, they have a wide range of tops, bottoms, and even accessories you can choose from for your next pole dancing class.