Say Goodbye to Make-Up and Tupperware Parties

 


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The latest and hottest housewife craze is aerobics and amateur pole dancing. Yes, exotic dancing has captured the imagination of women with time on their hands and pounds on their waist. Fitness pole dancing was first taken up by celebrities, just like its predecessor, yoga, the public saw or read about their favorite celeb's new fitness penchant and in no time at all, they jumped on the band wagon. So it looks like fitness pole dancing is here to stay - at least until the next celebrity fitness craze comes along.

The media informs us that hot celebrities, stars of the screen, Angelina Jolie and Sadie Frost are into fitness pole dancing big time and even have their own poles at home. This gives anyone who wants to look as lithe as either Angelina or Sadie the desire to get on fitness pole dancing. Who would have thought that this would become a popular fitness craze - given its rather unsavory beginnings. It is weird to think that pole dancing is now becoming respectable. It is cool to be a fitness pole dancer, lose weight, get fit and look sexy - something the Tupperware parties couldn't hope to deliver. Even Oprah Winfrey seems to think that pole dancing is now cool.

Fitness pole dancing is not for the faint hearted. Those who engage in it need to be reasonably healthy, quite flexible, and able to express themselves through dancing and exercise. Videos, the internet and the rest of the media circus have made much of this trend and this has led to a rise in the number of pole dancing and lap dancing clubs across the country. It is the murky beginnings of this particular dancing form that have generated such surprise. Who would have thought that fitness pole dancing would catch on with your average housewife. When celebs get hooked on a particular craze they give it their endorsement and so the public follows.

Everyone who dreams of having the kind of body that Angelina Jolie has is getting themselves enrolled in fitness pole dancing clubs. Here they can get fit and learn to dance in a way that might make their husbands think they were better off going to make-up and Tupperware parties - on the other hand, it might not.

For more information on pole dancing classes, videos, and benefits, visit http://www.allpoledancing.com and discover how pole dancing can help you get fit and boost self-esteem.

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