Being A Cheerleading Essay

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“A person who encourages other people to do or support something.” (Merriam Webster Dictionary). For my whole life I have always dreamed of being a cheerleader. Someone who interacts with everyone, smiles through anything, and helps get the crowd involved. It’s the atmosphere, the people, the close knit group of girls. Cheerleading has and will continue being a huge part of my life; it’s more than just dancing and yelling. Cheer’s deeper than that, it brings the out the good in people. Cheerleading isn’t just any other sport, it’s the sport; cheer changes the mood of the game. First of all, I would like to point out that cheerleading can affect ones orah positively. I would like to be a cheerleading for that reason; seeing the smiles in the crowd, or even on the bench. Being a cheerleader helps someone come out of their comfort zone, its helps one find out who they’re supposed to be. The atmosphere is so energetic and upbeat, something other sports wouldn’t have. Cheer teams get close to each other, new friends and a whole new door of possibilities open. No other sport can support their teammates like cheerleaders can; cheer is a second family they can run to. I like that all the girls are so open and helpful, like Don Meyer once said, “To be a team, you must be a family.”…show more content…
There is only so many chances one finds to be a High School cheerleader, and I happen to find myself in that position. Being on the team would be such a great honor, and I would love to share my experience and knowledge with the rest of the girls on the team. Cheerleading has shaped who you see today, through my long hours of practice and my dedication, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love long hours with my team, and the hard work we put in. I only hope everyone who cheers knows how much of a blessing cheer truly is; it may be wearing a disguise, but I think that’s half the fun of
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