High-speed rotations, as a rule, are performed on dynamic pylons, which rotate by themselves, so there is no friction with the skin as such. However, practicing various elements, bruises very often appear or you can erase the skin in the place of contact with the pylon. There is nothing to worry about, let's call it a "side effect", but those who are going to start doing pole-dance should be ready for this.
This is due to the fact that our body is not ready for a new trick - we squeeze, squeeze, "wind" the skin onto the pylon, from which there are unpleasant sensations and consequences. But all this passes as soon as the element is worked out, because we already understand how to do it correctly, how to group, etc.
The pylons themselves rotate around their axis.) So there is no friction there. The answer cannot be less than 140 characters The answer cannot be less than 140 characters The answer cannot be less than 140 characters