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Dominic Lacasse

Dominic holds 2 time Guinness World Records for the longest human flag at 39 secs. and the most Chin-Up performance in human flag position. Dominic appeared on the Guinness World Record show in November 2007. He says the TV show was the beginning of everything because it gave him credibility. He soon found himself in growing demand, traveling around the world performing his Chinese Pole routine both in person and on television shows. Before long, performing took up so much of his time he had to stop teaching. Dominic says he is flattered that other gymnasts have adopted the human flag into their routines. "I am flattered to be seen like a model," he admits. "I am happy to see people get inspire and creating their own way of doing their things. And if someone does some of my moves, I know that they have worked hard." He also tries to inspire his audience. "I try to be there each second, focus my body on my choreography, focus on my music and focus on the public reaction to use their energy. I always say to myself before I perform: do it like it was your last one; be proud of what you have accomplished, of what you do; and enjoy each second. Make it fun!" Three years after his first world record, he set a second by doing ten chin-ups while in the human flag position. He has been approached to get involved with promoting pole fitness but says that for now, he just wants "To continue my nice adventure as long as possible aerialartistry emailaerialartistry feedaerialartistry g+aerialartistry youtubeaerialartistry  pintest aerialartistry facebookaerialartistry bloogaerialartistryE twitter Home About Contact Our clients
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