Warm-Up Like a Pro!

Warm-up with confidence so you can fully immerse yourself in the transformative process of the classroom without the fear of injury holding you back.

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Course Overview

Pole is unlike any other sport. It attracts women from all walks of life and fitness levels and, becuase of this, traditional fitness warm-ups just don't cut it. This course will dive into the "how" and "why" behind a great, full-body pole warm-up and give you a proven system to proactively prevent the most common overuse injuries pole dancers suffer from. Each module will cover a different area of the body and give you the tools you need to up-level and train like a pro! I want to help you eliminate the fear of injury so you can train happily, freely, and confidently. You deserve to feel confident in yourself and your body to support you. 

What are the requirements?

  • You will need a light-to-medium resistance band!

What am I going to get from this course?

  • You will walk away with the tools you need to create a tailored, pole-specific warm-up routine for yourself and your classes.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for anyone with or without a history of injuries desiring a structured, full-body warm-up routine that will help them up-level their training while preventing overuse injuries.

About the Author

I know what it's like to not be able to do what I love because of an injury. I understand the anxiety, the restlessness, even the depression that comes with being away from pole and the community. After overcoming my own injury, and working as a professional pole dancer and instructor over the past 6 years, I've helped hundreds of students understand their bodies better and become empowered by that knowledge to up-level their technique and their practice to reach their highest potential in this sport.

Course Curriculum

Start Here

  • Introduction

The Theory of Preparation

  • What happens to our bodies during a warm-up period?
    1 Page
  • Why is a warm-up so important?
    1 Page
  • what makes a good warm-up?
    5 Page

Warm-Up Exercises by Body Region

  • Cardiovascular System
  • Neck, Forearms, and Wrists
  • Shoulders, Chest, and, Back: Part 1
  • Shoulders, Chest, and Back: Part 2
  • Core, Spine, Abdominals, Hips, and Pelvic Floor
  • Knees, Quads, Calves, and Ankles

BONUS: Cooling Down

  • Why is a cool-down just as important as a warm-up?
    1 Page
  • What makes a good cool-down?
    1 Page
  • Imagery Exercise to Release Shoulder Tension


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