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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, boys wear long pants and tops and cheer shoes. Uniforms are your team or school colors, and name. Cheers are performed at school basketball or football games or competed in school competitions. Some schools teams go to State and higher! schools get trophies…

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    However, to be a cheerleader, one must be able to quickly learn diverse skills that will always change and advance. Every dance and cheer they perfect and every stunt they hit will just mean that there is a more difficult one waiting to be learned. No matter how tight their motions are or how loud their voices are in their dances and cheers, there is always room to be tighter and yell louder. In addition, cheerleaders practice 2-3 hours a day, learning stunts, tumbling, cheers, dances and how to…

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    That’s what too many people don’t know about cheerleading they think it’s just all in one. Cheerleading is also made up in three sectors or types as in all starts, Scholastic and recreational cheerleading they all have their own meaning, example all-star cheerleading is basically a gym that teaches tumbling, gymnastics and cheerleading they don’t cheer sports as in football or basketball. Scholastic cheerleading that likes to raise school sprit they also go by their personality, leadership…

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    people stereotype a cheerleader as merely being a woman standing on the sidelines of games looking perfect, shaking their pom poms, holding signs and yelling chants for football players. However, there is more to cheer than just that. Even if girls standing on sidelines cheering at football games is not a sport, there is also a competitive side of cheer. This kind of cheer can be very dangerous because of the physical strength it requires. It can cause many different types of injuries, even some…

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    Ever since seventh grade, I have been a competitive cheerleader. I began tumbling a year prior, which led me to joining the squad. My team consists of nineteen of my closest friends who push me to be the best I can be, as a person and as an athlete. What is the effect of having these girls by my side? Since it has only been a couple of years, I remember what life was like before joining the squad. It is the only sport that I have stuck to, with the exception of junior high volleyball and…

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    Competitive Cheerleading

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    There is an on going debate whether or not cheerleading should be considered a sport. This issue has even been argued in a court of law. Competitive cheerleading consists of lots of practices, competitions, routines that are critical to remember, tumbling, stunting, and jumping. Competitive cheerleading shares many of the same physical abilities as other team sports. Cheerleaders work hard on all of their skills so they can improve as a team. Therefore, competitive cheerleading should be…

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    Cheerleading Debate

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    challenging for an athlete however, it can have a positive outcome if utilized in the right ways. Not only is the mental strength of an athlete tested, but the actual strength and flexibility of an athlete is challenged as well. When using both strength and flexibility, this can challenge the form of the skill being performed. Tumbling, whether it be individual or as a team strength, flexibility and form all play an important part in cheerleading. “Cheerleading injury is caused by the high…

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    Cheerleading Is A Sport

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    Cheerleading is a Sport Growing up cheerleading since the age of seven to the age of seventeen it was always a big controversy on whether cheerleading was a real sport. I’ve always thought of cheerleading as a sport. It’s a sport that involves many types of skills such as you have to work as a team, it’s a very competitive sport, and it requires a lot of physical activity.” Cheerleading is a sport that combines gymnastics, dance, teamwork, bodybuilding and communication. Anybody can throw or…

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    requires physical activity, strength, and competitiveness.” (varsity). “Stunting involves which involves body strength from all elements of the stunt group” (Varsity). That it requires intense skills and a lot of practice. Cheerleading requires a lot of practice and intense time consuming skills. The time, dedication, and hard work that you put into pushing yourself and your team to be able to succeed allows you strive for the need to be competitive.“At a typical cheerleading competition,…

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    are in skirts and get very pretty before every performance. This however makes it perceived wrong, because their appearances don’t define their passion and effort put into the sport. The definition of a sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which a skilled individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment, pride, and glory. This definition of a sport somewhat helps define cheerleading. Cheerleading requires an exceptionally high level of physical…

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