Pole dancing is a more effective workout than 1920s pole sitting, safer than pole vaulting, and more sensual than polenta. Build muscles, flexibility, and cornmeal-free confidence with today's Groupon: for $25, you get one month of pole dancing and fitness classes at A Pole New You in Frederick (a $99 value).
The experienced instructors at A Pole New You lead 22 women-only dance workouts that include pole fitness, chair routines, Zumba, and belly dancing. This one-month trial membership grants students access to all classes that match their skill level, with both half-hour and one-hour sessions to choose from. The signature Butterfly Effect series starts with Conceptions I, introducing pole-dancing fundamentals to beginners and adventurous caterpillars alike, and Hula Hooping 101 and 201 hone the hips and heart, better balance, and open up the upper back and chest. Anatomy-specific courses such as Fab Abs and Bikini Bottoms target common problem areas, disciplining them with resistance bands, kickboxing, and visits to the principal's office.
Ladies of all shapes and ages (who are at least 18 years old) are welcome inside this confidence-building studio. A Pole New You is one of the few places in the area that offers empowering pole exercise instructions and is completely free of screaming candles.
A Pole New You
The 13 dance instructors at this alternative fitness facility believe that staying healthy doesn't have to be boring. That's why they enthusiastically lead classes that help ladies slim their silhouettes with flirty dance routines and aerobatic moves performed while swirling around a pole or perched atop a chair. Their beginner courses set participants on the sultry road to fitness with basic moves, whereas their advanced courses set calories ablaze with gravity-defying techniques that also help gals reach the top of flagpoles without praying to George Washington. Beyond the classroom, the instructors host parties for ladies looking for a lively bachelorette party or girls' night out.
3518 Worthington Blvd.
Frederick, Maryland 21704