I am always a little leery when someone says something "saved their life" when it doesn't include something a doctor prescribed or a precedure done in a hospital...but Sabine Christine says that her love of pole dancing saved her life...read on!
NY POST: “Both of my sisters, who are younger, we’re diagnosed with osteopenia, which is the beginning stage of osteoporosis,” said Pontarelli of the genetic bone-weakening disorder. “That was in January 2009 when I was 59. And even though I was already active and in good shape at the time, I knew I wasn’t doing anything to load or strengthen my bones.”
But after combing the internet for bone-building exercises, she discovered what would be her solution.
“I wasn’t familiar with stripper poles or pole-dancing because I’ve never been to a [strip club],” she chuckled. “But one day I saw some absolutely surreal videos on YouTube of artists doing what looks like Cirque du Soleil on the pole. It was artistic, it was acrobatic, it was passionate. And I thought, ‘This is what I want to do!’”
Source NY POST