Lou Landers

Lou has been dancing for almost 30 years in various different dance styles, but it’s been since 2006 when she found her love for pole dancing. From starting as a very beginner Lou now teaching, competes, performs and judges all over the world.

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Karol Helms

As a pioneer in the early days of the pole fitness movement, which gained momentum mainly on YouTube, Karol gained popularity by sharing her training progress through her own videos as well as inspiring and encouraging others to find their own pole prowess.

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Alethea Austin

With raw talent, unparalleled sensual movement, a mesmerizing stage presence, and a bit of bad girl attitude, Alethea Austin is regarded as one of the foremost pole dancers in the world, known for her Sexy Flexy™ style and raw, gritty, powerful performances.

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What is your pole weakness, and how do you compensate for it?

My main pole weakness is my inability to dance. Chances are, in group choreography, I'm the one in the back going the complete opposite direction! My proprioception on the pole is great - give me a move and eventually my body can figure it out on its own. Give me traditional dance choreography however, and I get so overloaded with the logistics of where my arms, legs and head go, that my brain basically short-circuits.

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