Pole Passion members of the Register of Exercise Professionals are firm believers that pole fitness has now been accepted as a reputable form of fitness, so much so they are in full support of the petition pushing for the 2016 Olympic games to feature the controversial sport.
With World Pole Sport and Fitness 2011 championships just around the corner , created and organized by Pole Passion Director Kay Penney 45 year old fitness professional and mother of three and her hard working team in the UK , Switzerland and host country this year in Budapest incorporating 26 countries with a record number of professional contestants in the three categories female single, male single and for the first time on a world stage, synchronized doubles
Pole dance and fitness, an art that requires balance, strength, flexibility, coordination, rhythm, fluidity, grace, poise, and if it’s done right, it can tone up just about every muscle in the body. It’s no surprise then that it’s becoming so popular. All across Britain, both men and women are swapping their Pilates mats and exercise bikes for an Rpole, the portable free standing pole that means you can now do it any where!!! specifically designed for the gym environment
This fitness sport is now seen globally as a combination of dance fitness and gymnastics by professionals all over the world and physically and mentally an excellent form of exercise
For more details about the proposal of the Olympic sport visit www.worldpoledance.com
Felix Cane seen here during her amazing winning performance doing the incredible move called the spatchcock - the current 2010 world champion soon to be replaced on October 1st 2011 in Budapest