The most common reason the pole moves in static mode is because the hex screws on the base are not being tightened down on the flat spot located on the base stem.  This flat spot is marked with a symbol on the base regardless of brand.   Each brand (X-Pole, Lupit, PFD, etc.) has a unique symbol to mark the place on the base of the pole where the hex screws should be properly tightened down.   If you tighten the hex screws in the wrong location, this can allow the pole to spin when it's supposed to remain static.

Align one of the base hex screws with the mark on the base and then tighten both of the hex screws down.   IMPORTANT: Tighten them snug but DO NOT over tighten them because you can strip the hex screws. Once hex screws are stripped, they are very hard to remove.