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Kekye Vill




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kekye asked:

29 Aug 2010


I've decided that I want to try out for cheerleading in high school. I'm in 8th grade. I know it's going to take A LOT of hard work and effort since I don't know much.

I have two friends that are cheerleaders and they've offered to help.

I just don't know where to start.



ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 30 Aug 2010

I used to be in cheerleading...the best thing you can do is to stretch. The more stretching you do the more flexible you will become and being flexible is a very important componet if you want to become a cheerleader. have a lovely profile picture. =)


fathima says:

Posted on 30 Aug 2010

1•Stay in optimal shape and practice proper safety techniques before beginning each cheer practice. Stretch optimally and always wear proper attire and athletic shoes to optimize your performance as you cheer.

2•Learn basic tumbling passes such as the cartwheel and the round-house. Then work your way up to a back flip, which should be sufficient for tumbling required in cheerleading. Master other cheer basics such as the split jump, hurkey and the splits.

3•Sign up for try-outs at the school or gym that you wish to participate, and attend the informational session where you learn the try-out routine. Practice your routine every day for at least 3 hours to become well-versed in the basics. Get someone to videotape you for optimal objectivity during your performance


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 30 Aug 2010

i was never a cheerleader since i belonged to the "drama nerd" category in high school! lol.. but some of my friends were and usually they stay in shape by playing sports. now if you're a pretty good dancer to begin with, then cheerleading should be breeze for you! and hey lucky your friends offered help--that's a great start. I'm sure they're the best people to learn from. nevertheless, good luck!

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