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    There are multiple types of cheerleading that have several purposes and emphasize on different elements of cheer. Sideline cheerleaders main purpose is to keep the crowd full of energy and chant cheers to motivate the athletes. All-Star cheerleaders main purpose is to compete against other teams. They compete by performing a high energy two minute and thirty second routine that is composed of jumps,motions, tumbling, dance, and stunts. All-Star cheer is more focused on competing against other gyms.All-Star has competitions that are regional, national and even worldwide. Competitions can last for up to two days and be as short as about seven hours. All-Star cheerleading falls under the definition of a sport. There are rules and regulations that have to be followed. There are judges that judge different aspects of the routine at each competition. All-Star has more physical involvement than some sports like golf and bowling…

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    Cheerleading Debate Cheerleading is a sport, and I can finish this debate once and for all. This debate has been long talked about and I’m here to finish the debate. Cheerleading is a sport and here is a couple of reasons why, including a counter to counter arguments. I will, without a doubt, prove my point. This activity is a sport and injuries can continue if this is not taken into account. Cheerleaders work hard and compete, these are two key elements of a sport. I went to search on…

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    The Sport Of Cheerleading

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    Cheerleading is performed all around the world at schools, universities, gymnasiums. (Google’s definition) “Cheerleading is a physical activity, sometimes a competitive sport, based on organized routines, usually ranging from one to three minutes, which contain the components of tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers, and stunting to direct spectators of events to cheer on sports teams at games or to participate in competitions”. Cheerleaders wear uniforms, girls wear skirts and tops and cheer shoes,…

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    Cheerleading Poem Analysis

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    (CheerPoet lines 5-7) to depict the resilience that cheerleaders have. These lines make outsiders aware of the dedication and perseverance that cheerleaders obtain. It shows the fortitude required when they are knocked down. The theme in “Cheerleading” runs parallel to the topic of the poem “Two Minutes and Thirty Seconds” since both have a sense of overcoming adversities. This theme becomes apparent at the beginning of “Two Minutes and Thirty Seconds” when the author, Stephanie, compares…

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    We all have our beloved sports like me, volleyball, softball gymnastics, and cheer are fun for me. Some efficacy like to play basketball or football some may not be sports it may be a club that you go to after school perhaps it might be a chess club or choir. Now volleyball is a fun sport, if you know how to play. Mainly the whole point of the game is to hit on the others side of the net inside the square. If you see people dive for the ball it is fun but it also takes a lot of practice.…

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    Becoming A Cheerleader

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    “A cheerleader is like an elastic, their flexible, they stretch and spring, they get snapped into the air, they do hair, but with too much stress they can break,” stated by Sara Alberta. Cheer is life; Cheer is everything, Eat, Sleep, and Breath Cheer. The thoughts that goes through the brain of being a cheerleader each second of the day. I hope I can hit each toe touch that is needed to be done. I can’t miss not one beat of this routine, if so its all on me the reason we may lose. Until a…

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    SIU Cheerleaders

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    After the flags passed, two baton twirlers preceded the rest of the SIU cheerleaders. The baton twirlers performed a coordinated routine which started with the music played by the Salukis Marching band. These two twirlers rotated their batons very fast, then they tossed them into the air and jumped to catch it before it dropped to the floor. Then three rows of cheerleaders who were wearing a very sophisticated uniform made with the SIU colors, maroon, black and white, passed. Their uniforms are…

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    follower, but to a leader, it is your choice, and your choice alone. I, as a cheerleader,and as a band member, had to become a leader in order to succeed in each of these groups. As a band member, I am one of the senior saxophones, and therefore am responsible for guiding the underclassmen and juniors. At summer rehearsals, camps, and practices, I have to teach our warm up routines, stand music, and marching techniques to the incoming class, and be a role model for the…

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    Becoming A Cheerleader

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    All of my life I aspired to be a cheerleader! I've danced for five years, which gives me a bit of experience, so I decided to try out! Tryout week came upon us quicker than I thought it would and boy was I nervous. We were required to learn a cheer,chant, and a dance. Anytime you saw me I’d probably be going through that routine, it was ALL I did! 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8… hit, hit, clap,move, was constantly running through my mind. 3:15pm, Friday came and I was sick to my stomach! Group 5 was called in……

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    Cheerleader Observation

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    Method Participants In the following experiment Alex Amaya, and I conducted in order to determine if the cheerleader effect is still present in opposite-sex groups, we gather XX number of females, and YY number of males. The ages of the individuals which were chosen by asking random people on social media sites if they would like to voluntarily take a survey for our psychology methods and research class project ranged from xx age to yy age. Each of the participants were given a link via email,…

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