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Monkeys are about fun and play, so is life
Monkeys are about fun and play, so is life

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FAQ: How Strong Is An X-Pole
X-Pole has been designed for general pole dancing use. It uses hi-grade material and has been developed with strength and stability in mind.
A dance pole is used in many different circumstances - gyms with sprung floors, different heights, different celling types etc. and any weight limits would also be dependent on how the pole in used. Approached and used properly an X-Pole will handle high weights - people of 115Kg (18 Stone) have used them as have two dancers (guy and a girl) but a 115kg (18 stone) rugby player that takes a run and throws himself at the pole, introducing extreme side loads, is a different matter.
As far as strength and weight goes an X-Pole in capable of being danced on by anyone up to 115KG providing the pole is installed properly (that is very important as is it being checked regularly) and also used properly.
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40mm finally!
NEW! 40mm Brass and Chrome X-Pert Poles available. Get yours now! http://ow.ly/hXabx
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The Brass X-Pert is only available in the 45mm and the pole pieces and extensions are brass while the dome, base, and adjuster sleeve are titanium gold.

Brass poles are polished instead of plated. X-Pole had top pole dancers throughout the world product test the brass with various levels of polishing and it was unanimous that the matte finish we released had the best grip.

Brass is a porous and softer metal that requires a special oil during the machining process. Because of this, the pole might feel a bit slippery at first and you need to "break in" your pole. During this "break in" period these oils that are used in machining get replaced by your natural "sticky" body oils and grip aids.

The result is the best grip pole on the market and we have received great reviews from professional pole champions to amateur pole dancers.
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What is the difference in pole finishes?
Brass - ultimate grip
Titanium Gold - high grip
Chrome - medium grip (most popular)
Stainless Steel - low grip
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The International Pole Sports Foundation has already taken steps to be recognized by the Olympic Committee. http://bit.ly/PTq38r
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Pole Dancer Pro is a universal iOS app in the App Store’s health and fitness category. Teaches pole dancing basics!
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FAQ: Portability of X-Pole
X-Pole is supplied a carry case or cases so they can be transported about easily. Many of the pole schools worldwide move from venue to venue taking their X-Poles with them. Some schooled have as many as 10 poles.
The  tube carry case can also carry additional optional extensions. Both carry cases have shoulder straps to make them easy to carry,
X-Pole was the first truly portable Professional pole that could be carried from venue to venue and is credited with being the pole that expanded and help grow the pole exercise and dance industry.
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If you’re in the market for a fun way to be physically active while focusing on improving your coordination, balance and strength, then pole dance fitness might be right up your alley!!!
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Just updated my business cards!!!
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