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Today you’ll rest your feet, but I do want you to watch my videos on What style of heel you might like, how street heels are different from dance/stripper heels, and how to correctly point the foot/toes. It would be worth watching the video on what kind of foot action we’re looking for when wearing dance heels too.

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  1. The shortest heels I have are 6 inches because that’s what my studio suggested but I really need this program because heels are so painful to me. I wore them 3 days last week to practice and even with foam roller stretching, my calves, hips, and hamstrings haven’t really recovered yet. Where can I get the shorter heels? How many inches are they?

  2. The shortest pole dance heels will usually be 6 inches. Pleaser heels (online) may have 3 inch but I’m not sure. It’s normal for sorness to last that long when we’ve done something new with our muscles. I wouldn’t say you shouldn’t use them. Just make sure your calves feel better before starting the program. Also limit wearing them to once a week in the studio until your body adjusts to the demands of heels. Does that help?