Competition Training

Be Fitness’ POLE FITNESS COMPETITION PROGRAM guides students on their journey to compete in regional pole fitness competitions across the US. The program offers workshops, team practices and emotional support to help students prepare for competition. Our program encourages men and women to step out of their comfort zones to find courage and strength to participate in a life-changing performance.

We help students choreograph their routine from start to finish, including how to choose the appropriate category and level, deciding on pole tricks and combos, creating seamless flow, and having a confident and engaging stage presence. Each week includes a ninety minute lesson going over each scoring element from the judges. Students also get six private lessons with an instructor who has previously competed, unlimited open practices, a gift bag, and access to a private online group for the team.

Visit our YouTube channel to watch our competitors’ performances!

 

Why join our training?

It isn’t a requirement to join our competition program if you’d like to compete as a Be Fitness student. We recommend the program, however, to any student who really wants to succeed in their performance. Many students want to compete just to have the experience and don’t want to do a lot of additional training. This program is designed for students who want to increase their training and perform at their best. It is also helpful for students who struggle with creating their own choreography and trick combinations.

We believe that this program is beneficial because it holds you accountable to your training, gives you one-on-one guidance, and helps you focus on details that may be otherwise overlooked. We also have a private Facebook group dedicated to our program’s members, with weekly discussions and support. Joining the program gets you a free gift bag, including a competitor tank top and more.

We also offer support to students who are not a member of the competition program, but plan to compete in one of the events that Be Fitness travels to as a team. We have a private Facebook group for all competitors, past and present, to give tips and offer support to one another. This group is separate from the competition program’s private group. All competitors have the option to purchase the Be Fitness competitor tank top and hoodie. While none of the competition program workshops are available as drop-ins, we offer discounted rates for competitors for all other choreography workshops at the studio.

Our Team

Brittany

Janice

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Brittany

Brittany doesn’t have a specific pole style but tends to gravitate towards strength moves. Dancing “sexy” doesn’t come naturally but she still tries! She hopes that her students find a safe place to express themselves and celebrate their accomplishments in her classes. She believes that the best part about teaching is how each student is different and brings their own style to class. She’s emphasizes correct form and provides lots of spotting during class to help prevent injuries.

Brittany loves that she can make pole whatever she wants. She can dance happy, mad, sad, and can use pole for a workout or for mental clarity. Ultimately, the pole family/sisterhood is what keeps her coming back. She loves unique transitions and combos and doesn’t have a specific favorite trick. She’s been pole dancing since 2012 and started teaching in 2015. She got into pole because of a YouTube video she watched of Jenyne Butterfly when she was younger and always wanted to do it since then. She started during graduate school at BW and it was the best release for all her stress.

Outside of pole, Brittany grew up racing BMX and still rides her bike a lot. She has a Golden Retriever fur-baby (Val) who loves to swim in the lake. She’s a hyperactive person so she’s always doing something like baking or crafting when she has time off.

Janice

Janice’s pole style is focused on strength and tricks. She started doing pole 3 years ago in April of 2014 and has been teaching since 2016. She started pole about six months after she lost her eight-year-old son due to complications from cerebral palsy. It was the start of the healing process for her. After spending months in bed, unable to function, she decided to try pole dance. It was the first hour in six months that she was not lost in grief; she had to focus so hard on what she was doing and couldn’t think about her loss. Little by little, pole strengthened her physically and mentally. She hopes to give her students that same sense of empowerment, confidence, and an inner strength that will carry people through hard times.

Outside of Be Fitness, Janice loves to run and travel. She has participated in a few triathlons and marathons. She also loves to spend time with her husband and beautiful children.

Awards

  • 2018 PSO Central – Championship Level 3 Master – 1st Place