How Much Should I commit?

 
Jordan T
Hi all:
I'm wondering how much time you a lot to practicing. I'm a new student and I am home due to the COVID crisis. I don't have a pole so I'm trying to see how to best structure my time to get the most out of the lessons.
Mar 21, 2020
Veena
If you're a new student who's also new to home practice. Try the 30 take off program or if you're more advanced try the 30 invert program. 💜
Mar 21, 2020
JessMcG Paid Member
I first started my pole dancing journey this past September, and since then I've been doing strength training anywhere from 4-6 days per week. I did start with the 30 day take off and loved it! I'm a big girl and I started with very little strength and literally couldn't do anything but a pirouette. A friend of mine on here suggested alternating days of strength training with days of learning spins and tricks so I find I really like that structure.
A typical week of mine would be
Day 1- Lower body training
Day 2- leaning or practicing new spins/moves. Day3- upper body training
Day 4-spins/moves or routine practice
Day 5-lower body
Usually there's a day or two a week when I have to skip a day and rest. On average every time I train it's only 30-45 mins but I've seen a lot of progress in 6 months so it works for me :)
Mar 21, 2020
 
war1278609
After 2 months of struggling with improving my flexibility I've started 30 days to flexy and I've noticed that I can do deeper front spilt at day 10! Thank you Veena.
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