Do you love splits? How well you incorporate them into your pole routine?
Maybe now is the time to make them a part of your pole goals… and we can certainly help you with that.
Pole Dance Splits Challenge
As you may well know, in December we organized Pole Split Challenge on Instagram. The hostess was our incredible brand ambassador, international pole judge and pole Ninja Natasa Belic. It was amazing to see so many of you participating, especially as the pole splits moves were really demanding. From intermediate to advanced and like really Ninja hard!
As it seems, Instagram doesn’t approve our activity so we were shadowbanned. This is maybe the reason, why you didn’t catch us. But fear not! We really took an effort and prepared you a sum of what challenge looked like and a video tutorial. Plus, you can still get a PDF version where all the moves are presented in step-by-step action. Read on…
Splits On Pole
Holly Munson did a great job on classifying pole splits. I love Illusion Splits as I can’t make a perfect split. Telling you this, now you can imagine how my Jade looks like, lol.
The other four types are Old School Pole Splits, Pole Instead Of Gravity Splits, Handstand Splits and Sideon Splits. I think you’ll find all of these 5 types of Splits in this tutorial.
Which Pole Splits Moves Will You Learn From This Tutorial?
You will learn 10 pole splits moves, mostly from intermediate to advanced level. Additional 3 pole splits are considered very difficult – we called them Ninja Hard. But don’t let that stop you!
Do give all pole splits a go and you may find out that the hardest one can be very achievable for you – and vice versa; as we all know from the pole moves and tricks we’re practicing.
All 13 splits on pole are displayed below so you’ll gain better clarity and will keep you more focused and motivated. But all the explaining is done in a video (and PDF) you’ll find at the end of this post.
Spoiler Alert: Legs Wide Open!
I know many girls who are a bit specific when it comes to making splits on the pole and showing their legs wide open. Especially in those days of the month. Even some pole competition rules apply also to pole dance clothes: the crotch of the shorts has to have a certain width.
And for this occasion, we created together with Natasha – international pole judge – shorts that meet all these demands. Don’t get me wrong, all of our Boomkats shorts have crotch wide enough, but these ones are the ones that fulfill the high standards of pole sport competitions.
Plus, you can always wear them for a yoga class or any other summer activity. They cover enough butt so the people will find you decent enough, lol.
We named them Vortex – and they’re the ones that Natasha is wearing in the videos. We even made her custom made, printed sets in different colors AND with her logo of the studio. Cute, huh?
SHORTS VORTEX: Lace
SHORTS VORTEX: Lace
We named them Vortex – and they’re the ones that Natasha is wearing in the videos. Cute, huh?
We even made her custom printed sets in different colors AND with the logo of her studio AND with the names of her instructors (photo below is taken in our design studio when creating and adapting the sets for her).
13 Creative Pole Dance Splits Moves Tutorial
Let’s wrap everything up in the video! I’m giving you in the hands of Natasha. As I said before (and I’ll say it again): she is an amazing person, teacher, judge and her tutorials are ever so comprehensive! If you don’t know her by now, do follow her IG account @natasa_aerial_arts.
After seeing this video, I’m sure you’ll agree with me.
And if you want to study each move in more detail, than please – be my guest and download the PDF tutorial for FREE! Inside you’ll find a step-by-step guide you can use on your mobile when training.
Pro Tip: Time Stamps are a great way to use whenever you want to find a certain element in a video, that you want to learn. For do just that, please watch this video in our You Tube Boomkats channel. And don’t forget to like and subscribe!
Download The [Free] Tutorial In PDF
A step-by-step guide you can use on your mobile phone when training: