Because the human body is so highly evolved, it has developed a very flexible tissue system that enables the body to respond to changes in the body weight. It is made up of hundreds of different types of muscles and fascia, all connected together by tendons and nerves.
A pole dancer, for example, moves the muscles by flexing the body (elbow flexion), bending the knee (leg straightening), and arching the back (elbow rising), all of which are all made up of multiple types of muscle fibre. Each individual muscle will have its own specific movement, and the movements are usually coordinated by multiple muscles on each side of the body. It is these individual muscle movements that cause the flexors (bent knees) on the outside to produce the flexing, and the pronators (bent knees) on the inside to produce the rising.
Another major difference is that the knees of pole dancers have been developed to give them good mobility while standing up (a perfect balance of flexibility and mobility), whilst the flexes and rises made by the arms can only be achieved by bending the arms. The muscles around the arms act like a giant extension of a human arm, while the muscles around the legs just extend the legs so the pole dancer can stand. All of this allows the muscles at the ends of this line to move with great speed and precision, allowing pole dancers to flex their body and move their feet into the air as accurately as if they were standing still.
In terms of posture, pole dancers have developed an unusual posture that places a certain pressure on the bones of the vertebrae. As a result, in the pole dance, this type of motion is known as ‘spinning’. This, plus the flexibility and mobility of the legs, allows them to flex their legs during the moves, and create a more graceful, natural motion.
Why do pole dancers need special shoes?
Some dancers have to wear different shoes than most regular dance students, especially when practicing high-level pole dancing. The reason for this is that dancers in the United States, Japan and elsewhere prefer to do high-level pole dancing on the floor, rather than on the canvas pole. As soon as a child does not have full flexibility in their feet, they are often too big to walk comfortably and easily over the top of the pole, particularly when sitting on the pole.
When a child is at the stage of development when they cannot walk (due to low height) they usually need a
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