Pole dancing: A “sensitive” sport that attracts people to practice in Vietnam
(Sports news) Despite facing negative reviews from society, Pole Dance still thrives, attracting a large number of students thanks to its health and spiritual benefits. that this sport offers.
Students who are passionate about pole dancing in Ho Chi Minh City:
Pole Dance is known to simply perform movements with the pole. This subject combines many movements of bodybuilding, ballet, modern dance, … This subject combines dance and acrobatic movements with the highlight of a “pole” props.
Centers with pole dancing classes always have an extremely large number of students
Pole Dance helps people lose weight effectively, have a firmer, leaner and hotter body. Besides, this subject also brings a series of health benefits such as reducing stress, improving the joint system, making the body more flexible, regulating the heart and blood circulation better as well as sleeping better.
Pole Dance comes in a variety of genres such as Fitness (with an emphasis on Cardio and muscle groups), Dance (with an emphasis on music, contemporary and emotional dance) and Exotic (the best known form of Pole Dance, demanding Ask the practitioner to seduce with complex movements that not everyone can perform).
Subject sport Art has many health and mental benefits
As an artistic sport, pole dancing also receives a lot of discrimination because of the view that this sport is only for unhealthy places to play. However, with the challenge as well as the many benefits that this subject brings, pole dancing is still growing strongly and is very popular with a large number of students in Ho Chi Minh City.
“Most of the centers that have pole dancing classes in Ho Chi Minh City are very crowded with students. Not only many famous people love to practice, but students, office workers… also love this subject because of its fun, challenging nature as well as its health benefits.
Pole dancing has been officially recognized by the International Sports Federation (GAIFS) as a professional sport.
The pole dance classes at my center are divided into 2 sessions to teach, operating throughout the week with several dozen students/day. In addition, many of you were previously quite timid and shy. After practicing this subject, I became more confident, more personal as well as improved my aesthetic sense of fashion”, said Ms. Nguyen Thuy Linh – coach and owner of a pole dance training center in Binh Thanh (HCMC) shared. .
Contrary to what many people think, pole dancing is actually not as difficult as imagined. According to the sharing of professional coaches, students only need about 1 month (8 sessions) to be able to grasp the basic knowledge and exercises to get on the pole as well as feel the change of their body.
Katie Coates (41 years old) is the President of the Sports Pole Dance Federation (IPSF).
“Pillar dancing is not as complicated as many people imagine. With basic exercises, getting acquainted with columns, interacting with columns is simple, everyone can practice easily. Only when it comes to advanced exercises that require strength and technical difficulty, do you need the perseverance or talent of each person,” added Coach Thuy Linh.
Pole dancing is currently officially recognized by the International Sports Federation (GAIFS) as a professional sport. Katie Coates (41 years old), is currently the President of the Sports Pole Dance Federation (IPSF).
Vietnam has had 2 pole dancing tournaments attracting many domestic and foreign athletes to participate
There have been many international tournaments for pole dancing in the world. Particularly in Vietnam, there are only 2 open tournaments held in 2020 and 2022 in Da Nang, attracting many domestic and foreign athletes to compete. Besides, this subject does not have an official federation in the country.
“Pillar dance has been introduced to Vietnam for many years, but it is still a new discipline and still encounters many social prejudices. I hope pole dancing is gradually recognized as an official sport, with federations, and more tournaments to change people’s minds about this sport,” added coach Thuy Linh.
According to Le Phong (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)
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