Rate My Pole Dancing!
I think that the reason why many of us ask "rate my pole dancing, please!" is that we want to know where we fall in the scheme of other dancers in the world of pole.
You work so hard and get a trick down and want to know what others think, especially those who know the business of poling!
, creator of the infamous PoleSkivvies (only the most comfy shorts and tanks designed for polers!) offers another quality product, an inexpensive way to get your pole dancing rated!
Pole Dance Video Rescue
lets you submit a video from 3-5 minutes long for $19 and gives you feedback via email on advice for the following areas:
- how to play up your strengths- where to add drama- how to use the music to your advantage- and more about the message your dance conveys
YouTube has become a popular place for pole dancers to post their videos and even create channels of their recordings. These are great to watch and you can solicit comments from viewers in general here.
Studio Veena is a great place to post your video recrodings and get feedback from memebers of that community. There are all levels of dancers there and you can post questions about what you are doing in your video, ask for help or just rating and feedback.
If you are looking for a professional rating, you might want to part with a $100 you can have a 5-minute recrodign of yoruself performing a routine or tricks judged by the ladies of
Climb & Spin
give you feedback.
US Pole Dance Federation
also has a list and explanations of
that may valuable for you to start using if you are serious about competing.
The minimum requirements for the amateur round are:
20 seconds of continuous
1 upright static pose
1 inner thigh hold and
You can also post your YouTube video link on this site and readers and myself will give you feedback on your performance.
Submit your pole dance video here to have it rated by other viewers:
Have your pole dance performance rated here...
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