Alethea Austin Flexibility DVDs

Flexibility is one of my main weaknesses. I just bought Alethea Austin’s “Stretching for Pole” & “Pure Splits” DVDs & started them on Friday (4/20). I am REALLY excited about finally obtaining some flexibility!

I’ve only gone through both DVDs once, and I will do a full review after I’ve done it for a few weeks. But here are a few random things that I’ve discovered so far:

  • Stretching is important.
  • Warm ups are VERY important.
  • Gaining flexibility takes time.
  • Flexibility on the pole also takes strength.
  • My back is more flexible than I originally thought (yay!)
  • Patience and determination is especially important with gaining flexibility.
  • Flexibility makes every pole move prettier 🙂

I can’t wait to share my flexibility progress & full DVD review 🙂

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About Kat

If I had to choose one word to describe myself, it would be eclectic. I like a little bit of everything and I do a little bit of everything. :) Some of my current favorite things to do are: spend time with my husband and daughters, work my home based business (http://rippedwraps.myitworks.com), play with makeup and nail polish, work out (pilates, Jillian Michaels DVDs & pole dance/fitness), play Halo Reach & Zombies (COD) on xbox 360, living on the lake & blogging! I love my family more than life itself...and I will guard and protect them with my life. I've also learned to start standing up for myself (thanks to one of my mentors!) and tell people to back off when they try to hurt me or my family. My childhood abuse no longer defines me, thanks to my Savior Jesus Christ...and as a result of giving ALL parts of my life to Him, I have more peace and joy than I can ever remember having!

Posted on April 21, 2012, in Pilates and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Can’t wait to hear your reivew on this – I have been looking for ways to gain flexibility and it’s so hard to pick through the DVDs.

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