Becoming A Cheerleader Essay

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My goal in life is to become an athlete, specifically a cheerleader. In my four years of cheering I have been impacted by many ups and downs, like school. The athlete’s below are amongst many of my favorite, and also were able to overcome the many obstacles thrown their way. One of my favorite athletes would have to be tennis player Serena Williams. Serena is my favorite athlete because of her many accomplishments she has made throughout her career, one being have the most major singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles combined amongst active players, male or female. She has won four gold medals a record she has shares with her sister Venus as the most gold medals won in doubles. Serena is a very inspiring women for being able to make it to the number one tennis player amongst all of the hate from numerous competitors, injuries, and losses. One of my all time favorite cheerleaders would be Reagan West. Reagan cheers for Cheer Athletics All-Star Wildcat, she a flyer and tumbler, her team has over three world championships. Reagan is my personal favorite cheerleader because of her ability to have various skills including her double full and still take the pressure having to be flyer as well. Reagan inspires me to become a better cheerleader and one day be apart of Cheer Athletics. My most…show more content…
Michael Jordan inspires me because throughout the numerous injuries that he obtained in his career he managed to always stay positive and come back stronger and have a good mindset. “I've missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed”. This quote holds importance to MJ’s career because it states that he was able to make it as big as he has with the expectation of failure and how he would overcome
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