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Dr. Ken and Marlo Fisken discuss base pole techniques in detail from a perspective of biomechanics


While these are not meant to be complete tutorials in the form of "learn to do x move", these are fundamental principles taught from two well-educated and widely respected pole instructors, as well as the unique perspective of a licensed and practicing Doctor of Chiropractic.


Pole Mechanics was once offered as a free course, but as the content has grown, it has been converted into a paid course that will incrementally increase in price as additional member-only material is added.


This means that your purchase price today will lock in all future content without any additional fee.

The sections are:

Skills Refinement-Technique details that can improve how you understand various skills.

Spot Yourself-ways to learn acrobatics when you don't have a spot available along the lines of "you are your own crash mat".

Concepts-ideas that can influence any and all your pole skills.

Injury Prevention (click the white square)-techniques and exercises/stretches that can help prevent future injury.


You can view previous free pole mechanics content here.

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Pole Mechanics

Any additional content as it is added will be automatically included in your purchased course.


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