Well, what if that isn't actually case, these people aren't ALL completely magic? What if, I told you almost everyone experiences grip issues in pole and aerial arts at one point or another. And, that it isn't you. It's the environment, the humidity, what your apparatus is made of, if you shaved your legs, if you didn't shave you legs, do you have oily skin, dry skin.. you get the idea. It seems laughable how many factors can impact your ability to hang on to the damn equipment?!! How do they do that?? Surprise! Many use Grip Aids!
Hi, my name is Dr. Misty! That's me in those pictures up there. I have been a pole and aerial fitness instructor since 2014. I even opened a pole and aerial fitness studio in 2016 with my business partner. I've personally taught hundreds of clients at all levels in their journey, and the #1 thing I get asked is, "How can you hang on well enough to DO that??"
If you're like 85% of pole and aerial fitness enthusiasts, you probably have experienced grip issues before. It's super frustrating because you know if you could just hang on, you could do the thing. You could climb. You could hold your trick. You would feel safer. You would have more confidence.
But, right now you just kinda want to quit...
Well, I'm here to change all that! I want to give you some tools to help you on your pole and aerial journey and show you that you can do this!
You don't need to be a pole or aerial fitness pro or have magic skin, because I've created a grip aid just for you! How you ask?! Because I'm also a research chemist! :D I have a bachelors degree in Chemistry with a Biochem option and spent 5 years in a reseach facility long before I ever even thought about climbing a pole, aerial fabric, or into a lyra (aerial hoop).