Prepare for Head Down Inversion lab with these drills to gauge where you’ll be starting from.
18 Minute Hip Mobility Edited Recording of a upper body warm up + 6 Drills to get better range of motion and mobility in the hip area
Square. Ever hear that in relation to pole instruction? What does it look like, what does it mean if you’re having trouble with it and how do you condition for it, explained.
This lab session was so full for me that I honestly did not want to stop dancing. Watch 3 videos from a recent session
Back Of Knee Grip/Deep Knee-pit Hook = smooth backhook transitions, stable genie & jasmine poses and less intense hangs (dangerous bird, suicide spin).
Hip Hold Pole Conditioning is another level towards expanding your pole movement rolodex. Here are some poses to train the body mechanics. Patron Only Content: Access this content by donation Click here
X-Grip or climb conditioning is, IMO, a must-learn to transition into aerial movements on the pole both upright and inverted. Here are drills to help. Patron Only Content: Access this content by donation Click here
That hip crease grip is probably one of the grips that ranges in intensity. These drills will condition your body for the muscular endurance and help you to explore your aesthetic strengths Patron Only Content: Access this content by donation Click here
These Floor/Low Pole Jade Split conditioning progressions will help you train to get into your Jade safely.
Inversions on the pole can either go a couple of different ways— you can throw yourself in the air or you can smoothly lift yourself into the air (these drills are for mastering the latter)
After progressing in my inversion training a week ago, I decided to start Jade Split conditioning and this is the result.
These are not a breeze! They’re difficult but the payoff is absolutely worth it. Your abs and ass/glutes are going to be strengthened (but sore the next day).