|Bedford, 3 May 2018 – The White Studio owner and instructor Angie Voluti was invited by Radio 2 to participate in the popular The Chris Evans Breakfast Show to explain the benefits of pole fitness, give a live demonstration, and show that age is no barrier to the sport.
The Chris Evans Breakfast Show chose Angie Voluti, who turned 53 on the same day as UK Pole Dance Day 2018 as a perfect example of how pole fitness may be suitable for people of all ages, shapes and levels of fitness.
Angie started training at 50 is now a fully-qualified Advanced Level pole fitness instructor; she runs The White Studio, a pole and flexibility yoga wheel studio in Bedford, UK.
“It was a brilliant opportunity to celebrate not only this year’s UK Pole Dance Day, on May 1, but also my 53rd birthday, which happens to be on the same day!” says Angie. “I was thrilled to be given the chance to talk about how pole fitness helps people of all ages to become more confident, get fitter, and have fun… all at the same time.”
The interview included a ‘live’ performance, with Angie being asked to demonstrate three moves of three different levels, Beginners, Intermediates and Advanced.
“My desire is to show anybody who feels they are too old, too unfit or simply ‘past it’ that there is no limit to what a human body can do, with safe training and guidance.”
Clip from The Chris Evans Breakfast Show:
Instructor Angie demonstrates pole fitness