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Forget the strip club — pole fitness is about working out

Desiree Frasier, foreground, and her sister Andrea Mann hold a pose on the poles at the Muscle and Fitness Center in The Dalles, where Frasier teaches weekly pole fitness classes. She says building the muscles needed for such moves results in toned arms and weight loss, to name a few benefits.

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Desiree Frasier, foreground, and her sister Andrea Mann hold a pose on the poles at the Muscle and Fitness Center in The Dalles, where Frasier teaches weekly pole fitness classes. She says building the muscles needed for such moves results in toned arms and weight loss, to name a few benefits.



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Desiree Frasie helps a student at the Muscle and Fitness Center in The Dalles, where Frasier teaches weekly pole fitness classes.

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Desiree Frasier, foreground, and her sister Andrea Mann hold a pose on the poles at the Muscle and Fitness Center in The Dalles, where Frasier teaches weekly pole fitness classes. She says building the muscles needed for such moves results in toned arms and weight loss, to name a few benefits.

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