International Pole Dance Fitness Championship 2010, Tokyo, Japan

I’ve just had an email through from Dave, asking if I can share the word as follows:

Hey guys!

I entered the International Pole Dance Fitness Championship last year because it was the only international tournament with a men’s category. I won it last year, so I do have a vested interest in it, but it was really well run and I had a blast meeting so many other people from the industry. It’s on again this year in Tokyo, Japan and on the website it says that entries are open until the 15th of September. I personally recommend it to all people looking at participating, but especially men who are often under represented in other international comps.

I just thought I’d let you all know in case some of you were interested.

There’s a whole lot more information on the website:
http://polechampionship.com/#/information/4539170712

There is also a division for people with difficulties who would like to try their hand at competing at the international level, along with the men’s and women’s categories.

I’ll be there and I hope that I can meet some more people this year.

Happy poling!

Dave

 Of course, I’m always happy to help share the positive contribution of men in pole performance.

Barilla and Hannibal – Amazing strength

I’ve just had a link sent through, showing these two guys, having a type of ‘workout-off’, competing with each other over who can do the most reps, hardest workout move, etc.

Incredible strength, with a surprisingly comparative amount of flexibility.

By the looks of things, it also goes to show you don’t necessarily need to use an expensive gym to get fit.