Pole dancing is a fun way to exercise, but there are some aspects to consider before you bring your workout home with you. These enthusiasts have a few tips to consider to ensure you’ve prepped your space for your routine.
Jen Stark is the founder of Happy DIY Home.
Solid Ceiling and Flooring is a Must
Pole dance training is a fantastic way to work out a huge range of muscles and tone your body. You can work out at home too. However, one of the biggest things to consider is space. You'll need room to have the pole up, and you'll need room to maneuver around. You'll also need a solid ceiling and floor to attach the pole to ensure it stays upright as you learn to use it.
Another thing many people don't consider when it comes to pole dance training at home is the flooring. You'll be dragging your feet and toes on the floor a lot, so you need to be wary of rug burn if you have carpet in your space. The same applies to a hard floor, as it can be hard on your knees or feet.