It is possible to think there’s only one good person on the cheer team, but it takes the whole team to hit a routine. So it stands to reason that it’s not just one person, it’s the whole team who can win a competition. This also means that it takes everyone to get better on skills or to do a perfect routine. Although people might think cheer isn’t as severe as other sports, competitive cheer should be considered a sport.
Cheer, what comes to mind when you think cheer. Most people would consider it not a sport, but I am here to tell you why I think it is. Not just because I’m a cheerleader, it’s my opinion and my firm belief cheer should be recognized as a sport. Many people get injured and you have vigorous training that in most cases could be harder than training for basketball, for example. Cheerleaders have to be able to throw people not just a ball.
Being a cheerleader has a lot of hard work, training, focus, and more than anything,
It meets many requirements set to be considered an actual sport. Also, as you notice what these cheerleaders go through to pull off a successful routine, the more respect you gain for them. To be considered a sport, one must compete against an opponent,
Zig Ziglar once said, “When you catch a glimpse of your potential, that's when your passion is born.” When you find something that you're good at and that you love, you’re driven to do it for the rest of your life. For me, it's cheerleading. I’ve learned so many things, not only about myself, but about other people and what I want in life from cheerleading. It’s safe to say being a cheerleader has impacted every single area in my life, for the better.
Cheerleading should be a sport because of the requirements, definitions, and the dangers. You could go from point flyer to having to communicate by blinking an eye. Cheerleading meets the Woman’s Sport Foundation Requirements. One requirement is it must be a Physical activity which involves propelling a mass through space or overcoming the resistance of mass. Stunting, cheerleaders hold and throw other people into the air and push them up with their arms and legs.
220.127.116.11 Buzzing exercise The buzzing exercise is a principal idea of embouchure building, to gain the stronger muscle. It has a various method to do exercises. However, the principal objective of buzzing is to develop the embouchure to able to play the high register. The player should begin to practice buzzing with an easy exercise and not too high register at the beginning.
Introduction: Gymnastic can be a scary sport and that is why in order to be successful, athlets have to be able to deal with isuses such as outside distraction, fear and anxiety, in an effective way. Those are pretty much everyday issues for a gymnast and controling them is a important task especially since there is a potential risk in overcoming the athlete`s levels of self-confidence, motivation and performance. The gymnastic coach task is not only to provide the gymnasts with the physical tools necessary for succes ,but also the mental tools that helps the athletes to handle both the cognitive and emotional challenges characteristic in competitive gymnastics. Mental imagery is one such tool which, if used properly, can positively affect skill development, arousal, motivation, and confidence (Gliksky, et al., 1996; Jones, et al., 2002; Nicholls, et al., 2005).
A sport includes physical activity against/with an opponent with a clear winner which competitive cheerleading has. Competitive cheerleading has conditioning just like any other sport. Competitive cheerleading includes a lot of physical activity. Cheerleaders must learn to tumble, They perform standing backhand springs, back tucks and fulls, They also learn round off flips. Cheerleaders
West I slip Cheer leading is an amazing example of this. Varsity coach Dina Baron says “We condition a lot, we do a lot of bonding, and as far as anxiety, we try and work out those issues. we always have mat time where we talk about those issues and so on and so forth.” They have a variety of girls, all with different skills and strong points, and no, not all of them are blonde. The varsity team has been practicing day and night to