READY TO LEVEL UP ON YOUR POLE TRAINING AND OVERALL FITNESS AND FLEXIBILITY?

ENROLLMENT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR THE EBFIT POLERS ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE NOTIFIED WHEN ENROLLMENT OPENS AGAIN PLEASE JOIN THE WAITLIST BELOW.

What is the EBFit Polers Program?

This program is to help you take the guess work out of your training and has been designed with your success and progress as the primary goal. 

This is a MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP program to help you take the guess work out of your training and has been designed with your success and progress as the primary goal.

 Instead of only giving you tutorial break downs of individual moves this program includes every facet of your training.  Strength, conditioning, technique, flexibility and injury prevention.  

This program includes but is not limited to:

Weekly training modules that include guidance in how to structure and organize your training between both pole and non-pole time.  

Off the pole exercises such as cross training to maintain muscle balance and give you training options for when you don’t have access to a pole.

Flexibility training to maintain healthy joints, range of motion and help you work towards your pole goals.

JOIN THE WAITLIST TO BE NOTIFIED WHEN ENROLLMENT OPENS AGAIN

WHICH LEVEL IS BEST FOR YOU?

Beginner:

Not inverting yet.

Not shoulder mounting yet.

No experience necessary but still suitable for any level of poler not ready for the intermediate level yet.

 

Intermediate:

Inverting…either from the ground OR very comfortable dropping down into inverted leg hangs and crucifix.

Does NOT have a handspring or does NOT have a consistent or solid handspring on both sides.

Shoulder mount from the ground can be a work in progress.

 

Advanced:

Comfortable with handspring on at least one side in any grip (either from kicking up into it or dropping down)

Solid Inverts from the ground. Should either have a solid aerial invert or at least it should be a work in progress.

Solid Shoulder Mounts from the ground. Should either have a solid aerial shoulder mount or at least it should be a work in progress.