The other day a student asked me if I was going to sign up for a certain upcoming competition. Truthfully, I'm not sure. I'm sort of over competitions. Why? I love performing on stage. But competitions require a large commitment of time and money. Also, I do not do well with the way most comps are set up, which has a lot more to do with me than the comp to be honest. I've competed in a variety of pole competitions over the years, and that got me to thinking, what makes a competition good (for me at least)?
I'm going to try to keep things positive and not call out any competitions specifically. So without any further ado, here are things that I think make a competition good.
What do you think? What makes a competition a good one to you? Do you have a favorite competition? Please share in the comments.
Jackie began her pole journey in 2008 and opened Aerial Bliss in 2010.