PSO Atlantic - Washington D.C.
Registration deadline is Jan. 14
All Butts Welcome
Yes, I would share this with any students interested in competing. I believe it creates a very realistic picture and a clear starting point when many first time competitors are unsure of how to begin. -Betty XO, PSO competitor and Unicorn
This is a competition preparation e-book by international champion Natasha Wang. She has outlined her training process and preparations that she uses for herself so that you can learn from them too. The e-book includes 71 pages of text and 2 training calendars. You'll receive a download link after purchase.
You have taken the first step and entered a pole competition, or maybe it is your big goal to compete this year. Either way, congratulations!
Competing is a fantastic way to be challenged physically, mentally, emotionally and artistically. If you own a studio or teach, it is effective at marketing your studio or classes, even if you do not take home a medal.
Competing may not be for everyone, but for those who take on the challenge, the rewards are immense.
But competing is no easy task. It is a significant time commitment. It can be taxing on financial resources. There will be moments during the journey when you feel emotionally and physically drained. And that is probably why you are turning to this e-book, to provide you with some expert guidance and to know you are not alone.
This e-book will break down the competition process, from how to choose the right competition, to what happens on that big day on stage, to how to handle post-competition blues.
Because this is a Pole Sport Organization e-book, I will be referring to PSO throughout, but you can use this guide for any competition or showcase coming up as well.
Over the course of 8 weeks, this e-book will guide you through:
In addition to walking you through 8 weeks of competition preparation, this e-book will also give you the tips and tricks I have learned over 11 years of competing.