There is a lot of time to be spent binge-watching your favourite shows at the moment. I don’t know about you, but I have been curating lists on as many streaming platforms as possible to keep my mind entertained each day. And as I was scrolling through the free content available on All4 the other day, I found a few documentaries that were quite specific to the pole, aerial, and general “alternative” female lifestyles (I really don’t know how to describe such a broad term). So, I decided to hunt down as many as I can.Continue reading “Pole, Aerial and Beyond: Online Docs and Dramas to binge-watch”
There are so many one-pot pasta recipes online, so writing this one may seem pointless. However, given my boyfriend’s reaction to this simple yet delicious recipe, I thought I would share it with you guys. If you’re stuck for dinner ideas this week, enjoy!
Okay, I get it. The idea of self-isolation SUCKS! I’m writing this on Paddy’s day when I’m supposed to be out painting the town green with my gal pals, but it seems Covid 19 has other plans. And hey, I completely understand that this is for our own safety! But the idea of hiding from the rest of the world certainly feels like a bit of a drag. This is why I’m here to help you make the most of your time indoors with my “How to self-isolate” guide!
After the success of my last article, I have found myself struggling to find things to say. It’s not because of anything negative, but because so many of you read it that I think I’m feeling the pressure to top it! I don’t think I will find anything worth writing about until I just start, so I guess that’s what I’m doing now.
Nothing demonstrates your aerial progress better than a photoshoot. Working with a photographer is a great way to capture your months or years of training until this moment. But when it comes to your first aerial photoshoot, knowing how to prepare can be daunting!
Disclaimer: This post has been written in a bit of a flurry so I apologise in advance is anything I say is inaccurate or offends someone in some way. It’s hard to articulate when you’re a bit rattled!
If you’re an aerialist, stripper or a woman who whos a little bit of skin from time to time, you will likely be quite aware of the recent Instagram crackdown that’s occurring. We can all agree it’s quite annoying, but the issue lies much deeper than a few hashtags.
Hooray! You have finally made the decision to purchase your first X-pole for home training! It’s such an exciting feeling when you know you can finally train in the comfort of your own home, whenever you have the time. After all, sometimes life can get in the way of your studio time. I know I’m guilty of having to skip class because of adult reasons X, Y and Z!
The aerial community is amazing. We are all so different from one another, yet that’s what brings us even closer together! But what type of aerialist are you?
A lot is changing on this website. Last week I made the decision to bring more focus to my pole and aerial journey, and I was shocked by how successful it was! So many of you read my piece on what to expect when you start pole, and I was overwhelmed with the responses. So, I thought I should take the time to let you know how things will go down at LaceyFitspo from now on.
Have you considered taking up pole dancing as a hobby? Just like with any new activity, you may have a few assumptions about pole. I know I did. So I decided it’s time to clear things up. If you’re contemplating finding a studio, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you, don’t worry. Here are a few things to think about if you’re new to pole dancing.