What makes a pole dance pole safe and sturdy?
Well there are lots of different key factors and it is critical to you health to clearly understand how to buy a safe pole dance pole.
Getting a name brand pole like X-Pole Pole Dance kit is a great way to get a good quality pole dance pole that is safe to use, however, not everybody can afford the brand names. Because of this, many are tempted to buy no-brand name poles and that is really where people can accidentally buy the wrong pole.
What’s the difference between them? And are they safe?
Here are some things I have learned along the way:
You should buy a professional grade pole if you are going to start pole dancing? Why? Because your health is of the utmost important. Pole fitness dancing can be risky and hazardous to your health if the equipment isn’t safe.
Professional grade poles are made for tricks and inversions. They are made to take unusually heavy weight loads of over 200 pounds and were built with extraordinary use in mind. Meaning they were built for tricks, inversions, spins, kicks and other dangerous stunts that professional dancers perform on a pole.
Anything less than a professional grade pole means they have cheapened the design, made the metal thinner, used plastic parts, or cheap or no bearing at all. There is usually only a $50-$100 price difference to get better quality. One doctor’s visit if you have an accident due to equipment malfunction can cost way more than that!
On the flip side, you don’t have to blow your pocket book out when buying a pole. If you learn what to look for you will be able to buy a safe pole dance pole.
Most of the girls I know have no intentions of doing pole dance competitions on a professional level. They just want to have fun and get in shape! Spending a fortune on a pole isn’t necessary.
The balance between the two is a good sturdy off brand pole. Here is a great video that goes into details: