Some people call them tick-tock legs, leg switches, wavy legs… I always seem to refer to them as leg variations because there are SO MANY cool and interesting ways to perform and link them together.

I am by far no expert on these; I rarely practice them and they don’t often show up in my freestyles however every time they do, someone asks me for a tutorial so here is a short video that I hope will help get you started. This is just a quick starter video with several variations packed in and I remember how hard some of these were to mentally break down when I first began so if you want a specific variation slowed down with detailed instruction, let me know. 😉 Lots of luck!

Ava

For a bit of comedy, watch me teach my husband some leg variations.

Want more? Check out my Off Pole Conditioning Exercises For Pole Dancers : Core Strength Training video.

If you’re looking for ‘on pole’ strength training exercises, be sure to check out my 15 Strength Training Exercises For Pole Dancers video.

Or, if you are searching for some spin pole work, check out my 15 Basic Pole Dance Spins & Activities video.

Visit my Tips & Tricks of the Trade section for more pole dance articles, instructional musings and tutorials.


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