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Vertical Edge unveils apparel line for dance enthusiasts
May '12
Vertical Edge brings a new level of style to the art of pole fitness with the launch of its new apparel line and online boutique. The new line combines the world of fashion and fitness to give dance enthusiasts a fresh and confident look while exercising.

The vision of pole fitness practitioner and lover of fashion, Tia Robinson, Vertical Edge was created to provide the dance community an apparel line that provides silhouettes that work, supportive fabric and flattering styles. Composed of technologically advanced, breathable fabric, Vertical Edge apparel holds its shape during workouts and sustains its quality after washing.

Vertical Edge is manufactured in the USA and can also be worn during traditional workouts.

Pole fitness has become a workout phenomenon, emerging as an entertaining way to stay in shape. Using both upper and lower body, pole fitness increases core and general body strength while toning muscles through a series of resistance maneuvers, it is recognized a true exercise regimen.

“Pole fitness is a fun, exciting sport that combines dance, yoga, contortion and gymnastic techniques,” said Tia Robinson, Vertical Edge owner. “As a lover of the sport, I saw the need to create both comfortable and fashionable apparel for the pole fitness and dance community.”

Each Vertical Edge apparel item is created for all levels of pole fitness, dance and aerial arts. So whether you're aiming to master the pole or want to add some style to your workout, Vertical Edge has the clothes for you.

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