Dancing poles generally range between $2,000 to $3,500. It is recommended that you buy a pole that can handle some rough use, such as a beach pole or a long pole. The pole should be designed to fit properly under your body. The pole should have a firm grip that is safe to hold for extended periods. The pole should be made of a solid material, so if it is soft, there isn’t much chance of damage. The pole should also be large and sturdy to accommodate any variations in your body. If you have a dancer pole and would like it to be sold with a safety strap, you can select that option in the drop down menu.
What are the standards for safety?
The Dance Pole Standard provides a safety guide for dancers of any skill level. It specifies that the safety strap should hold the pole securely and the pole should not break during normal use. A dance pole should be a suitable size for the height, body size and body posture of the wearer. For longer positions, it is suggested that you purchase a dance pole that is 2-3″ to 3-4″ in diameter. There is also an option to purchase the standard with a safety strap for extra safety. Check out the guidelines section of the standard for more information.
Can I wear a safety strap when I dance a piece?
Yes, if your dancer pole meets the standard. In addition to safety straps, dancers are asked to have:
A solid, padded, non-slip grip handle with a thick, soft grip and a tight grip.
A snug-fitting waistband that is 1″ to 2″ shorter than the pole’s maximum width.
A shoulder strap around the waist and at the waistband, which is fitted with a hook and loop closure.
A buckle inside the waistband.
Dancing poles are designed to provide safe and comfortable use if you choose to wear one. If you are concerned about your safety, you may wish to take extra safety measures. Check out the safety guidelines for more information.
What is the difference in safety between a dance pole and a pole on wheels?
There is no difference between a pole on wheels and a pole on the dance floor where dancers use the pole at an angle from the body. However, a dancer must have an anchor under the pole and have a safety strap around their neck and head for better safety. The anchor must be the same size and shape as the
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