How to Stop Sweaty Hands While Pole Dancing
You may get sweaty hands while pole dancing. This problem is very common during the summer. To avoid this, you should use mild soap to wash your skin. Avoid using soap that contains moisturizing agents. Keeping a cool head and remaining calm will help you avoid sweaty hands.
A towel that absorbs moisture can be applied to your hands to keep them dry and free of sweat. Some pole dancing grips contain dry-hand formulas that include magnesium carbonate (the same compound in Liquid Chalk). An antiperspirant is another option.
You can also do some hand workouts to improve your grip strength. These exercises work your wrists, hands, and forearms. These exercises can also improve your core strength and upper body strength. Another great cross-training exercise is rock climbing. It is a great way to strengthen your muscles for pole dancing.
Pole dancers who are just starting out often have trouble gripping the pole correctly. As they practice, their hands naturally get stronger, but it takes time. It is important to practice gripping the pole securely. Although this may seem difficult at the beginning, it will make a big difference if you focus on holding the pole tightly. And if you’re unsure of your grip, you can always ask your teacher to demonstrate the proper technique.
One of the newest pole grips is the Girlie Grip. It’s not a grip aid but it can help prevent sweat from escaping. It’s made with organic compounds and will help prevent moisture. It’s important to remember that pole dancers often have sensitive skin so it’s not the best option for everyone.