Veena
Date: May 16, 2011
This video will share some tips for success when using Veena's lessons.
kiki QVeena I luv this site!!!and all your guidance!!I would love a little help 1) how long you would reccommend practicing each session. 2)And do you reccommend against trying to work on a couple moves at a times...or do suggest perfecting one at time?
I do intense cardio and weights a couple times a week as well. 3)I'm having trouble figuring out how to fit everything in? including your pole strength moves. thanks for your help!
P.s sometimes I feel weak after I finish cardio and weights that I barely can do much on the pole.
4)thoughts on a schedule for me? Thanks again for taking the time to answer:)
Jun 22, 2011
VeenaCheck out the getting started lesson and getting started conditioning lesson for more tips. Remember you need one day of rest in between workouts where muscles are heavily use. Like lifting weights or pole dance. Cardio can be done daily. A good pole session length is one 1 hrs 30 mins this includes the warm up time, 3 times a week is best in order to see progress. :) If all you have time for is 30 mins then its better than nothing :)
Jun 23, 2011
kiki Qthank you for explaining..also how you mention a good pole workout is 1hour30 min...is strength and conditioning included or is that separate?thanks so much for clarifying!
Jun 26, 2011
kiki Qp.s and how much actual pole trick time?
Jun 26, 2011
VeenaPole trick time is up to you, the longer you practice ( within reason ) the better you will be :) you can add the pole strength into that 1 30 if you want or not again it's up to you and depends on the time you have.
Jun 26, 2011
erikatoargentinaHola soy erika de argentina quiero saber si puedo recibir el tutorial en spanish
Jul 8, 2011
VeenaSiento que no se traducen en español
Jul 8, 2011
SnowyFireGirl Paid MemberI have had a pole (x-pole Kendra Wilkinson Sport) for a while now, but have really gotten frusturated because I feel like I can't get enough momemtum for spins to keep myself going. So I took and break and came across your site and I am going to give it a much better shot this time as your videos seem more informative that some of the ones I have found online. I currently have a static pole, but have been looking into getting one that is both static and spinning (x-pole x-pert) and would like to know what you would recommend, stay with the static or invest in one that is both?
May 26, 2012
VeenaOf you're getting a new pole anyway, go with one that does spin mode too. At least you'll have that option if you want. :)
May 26, 2012
JoleneBellVeena, is it necessary to master all beginner lessons before moving on to intermediate? What are your thoughts on which moves out of the beginner section need to be adequate before moving on?
Apr 12, 2014
VeenaNo it's not. As long as you have been working on your strength training for a few weeks (I know you have) you can move on 😊
Apr 12, 2014
CdamelejewelryWell, I was checking out your site to sell my X-UK. After shoulder surgery I had to stop for about 15 months, lost my core and put it in the closet for 5 years! My husband set it up the other day and I realized i didnt have the strength to spin or invert any more. After watching your warm up, beginner (again) videos, I don't think it's for sale. Because of your videos and strength training this 57 year old grandmother is back at it. Good work!
Ps....former SFactor graduate....
May 2, 2014
Phoenix Hunter Previous Paid MemberYay! good for you. you can regain your strength you once had. just take your time and enjoy it. And make sure to take care of your body while re-learning. since you've had a history with shoulder surgery you might want to do Veena's 30 day take off to condition your upper body. Congratulations on not letting time away discourage you.
May 3, 2014
VeenaI'm so happy to hear that Cdamelejewelry!!
May 3, 2014
happypfl Paid MemberThank you for this!!!
Feb 24, 2015
VeenaYou're very welcome!
Feb 24, 2015
Nilda Carrero NievesI want to know if I can stop recurring fee in any moment if I take 30 days plan
Oct 20, 2016
VeenaOnce you sign up for lessons you can cancel anytime as long as it's before the next billing date. The plans and routines are all included in the lessons.
Oct 20, 2016
eatvegancookies Paid Member
Wow, this is awesome! I have a stationary pole and I was feeling my way with what's out there on YouTube. Luckily I came across an SV vid, and signed up for a year of SV the next day!
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