If at one point you realize that your student has become stronger than you, copes with your pole dance tasks easily and, it seems, needs a bigger load, it’s time to change something.
If your student outperforms you only physically, but he is perfectly happy with you as a trainer, the training may go on as before. But now you will have to prepare the training programs more seriously.
You will have to study the element performance methods for explaining them or you’ll have to learn them by yourself.
This is an excellent stimulus for personal development!
Read books, study the training stuff and attend master classes.
If a student is not prepared to see his trainer being unable to perform himself what he teaches, then the best thing to do is to recommend a new trainer for him or training on his own.
The important point is to detect this moment and not to keep a person by the trainer’s side, hampering his progress.
Let your student go with good grace and without remorse.
After all, your student has outgrown you, which means that you are a good trainer.