How to Set Up Your Pole Dancing Training Routine
The weekly activities and expected training per week for each person depends solely on the highlighted factors:
- Purpose of training
- Physical training and length of training
- Health status
- Diet and daily routine
- Physical and financial opportunities
Absolutely, it may seem to you that the best way to achieve instant result is to be involved in rigorous and intensive training and which may not work out apparently in that expected form. Consistent and frequent training have been observed to limit blood circulation, thereby leading to blood shortage. As a result, nutritional elements needed for the body metabolism would not be supplied and may also require some certain time for muscles to recover.
The above reasons may apparently slow down the expected progress and make you worse at the same time.
The regular overload causes the followings:
- Hormonal imbalance
- Disruption of the nervous system, depressed mood, sleep problems
- Metabolic abnormality and appetite disorder
- Muscle injuries
- Disgust for training
The body needs time to recover. In the same vein, continuous break and a wide interval between workouts may reduce the efficacy and effectiveness of the work to a minimum.
It is very important to choose a well informed regime in order to get sustainable results that would stand the test of time from the lessons.
Firstly, take time to determine the purpose of training; this directly determines their number and intensity.
If your target and main goal is to participate in competitions, then you will have to train as often as possible: 5-6 times a week for several hours is recommended. Note that the competitive regime is a separate topic. This period usually lasts for several months, and at that time the schedule of training and nutrition is completely restructured. The rest of the time, the regime should be softer.
If you desire to train every day – alternate the load. Combine the pole dance with acrobatics, choreography and stretching.
The pole dancing classes might be a hobby for you and perhaps, you aspire and desire to take your mind off everyday’s worries’.., then it’s just about a few number of classes attendance. Enter the workouts into empty windows in your schedule. Do not cancel work or review the plans as this may create the feelings that the training is not convenient for you or even disturbs you repeatedly.
Minimum number of lessons on the pylon to obtaining the desired results is 2 times a week.
The number of expected trainings per week depends on the adaptive capabilities of the body and which must not be abused.
If you feel rested and full of strength for the next training in the studio – safely add one more lesson or increase the duration of the existing ones.
If at any point you experience the following symptoms as listed below, try to reduce the duration, frequency, and intensity of the training.
Symptoms such as:
- Sleep disturbance
- Loss of appetite
- Severe pain in the muscles
- Power indicators are falling or not growing
We reccommend reading our article “How to Avoid Injuries at The Pole Dancing Class”
Be attentive to your body, make an optimal regime and progress will not take long to attain.