Aqua fit has become very popular over the years and so has pole dancing! Put them together and what do you get?
It involves people doing pole fitness in a swimming pool in a bid to fire up the core muscles and strengthen the glutes, hamstrings and back muscles.
Long poles (2.2 meters high) are submerged in the pool and are hooked into a round base which is suctioned to the pool floor.
The other bonus, the activity is good for all ages and levels of flexibility-which ins’t the case with regular pole dancing!
You might not be able to get your ankles behind your ears on land, but in the water you’re completely flexible.