Demanding exercise such as strength training or running offers the potential for more positive health benefits than pole dancing, but pole dancing does have a place. Strength training or running has to be sufficiently demanding to force the body to change. It will remain demanding if improvements are to be ongoing. This demanding working can quickly turn to drudgery. All work and no play is a recipe for non-compliance. A common sense approach is to combine the rigors of demanding exercise with a more enjoyable physical activity.
Other physical activities that are more enjoyable and less demanding more often fall under the category of recreation – tennis, walking, golfing, biking, and dancing in all its forms. Recreation produces positive health and fitness benefits as well; watching pole dancing does not count. BTW for those that are interested that Instructional pole dancing video.
The personal trainers at Kelly Personal Training in Austin and the personal trainers at Ultimate Fitness Personal Training in New Orleans have devised a personal training program designed to produce the largest marginal return for limited time in the gym so you can spend the rest of your time doing activities you enjoy. Those activities in themselves will redound positively to your health. This is a prescription for a exercise program you can stick to and one that will change you.