They are captains for a reason, and that's because they are the best at what they do, so they should totally be together. Plus it looks good for the football team and for the cheerleading team. #goalz Step Eight: You should never be seen without your uniform on. Eat, Sleep, Cheer, Repeat. Normal clothes are not meant for cheerleaders.
Meanwhile, a young student named Jung Jae-yong publicly recited the Declaration of Independence in Seoul’s Pagoda Park. The waiting protesters then, went ahead with the demonstration, waving the Korean flag. As soon as the reading was done, citizens marched through Seoul, chanting “Korea
Ski-u-Mah! Hoo-Rah!” Which then led the team to a victory. In 1923 is when women were allowed to finally cheer. This is the decade where cheerleaders added acrobatics and tumbling to their routines which leads me to my argument of why I believe cheerleading should be considered a sport. One reason why cheerleading should be considered a sport because of the physical activity that they do.
While cheering for basketball, the cheerleaders do not have to worry about the weather because they are inside, which is nice when it is winter. Basketball and football are similar in that there is something I would change about both, whether that is location or weather I would change
According to Kennedy Thames, a flyer with the Rockstar Beatles said, “If one person is missing from the team, then a stunt group can’t stunt, the pyramid can’t go up. There are three people under me that I have to trust not to drop me.” More than 200,000 high school and college cheerleaders attend offseason All-Star camps to improve skills. Today, 97% of cheerleaders on teams are women. Kenny Sampson points out collegiate cheer is based on crowd appeal and all star is based on skill-building. 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.
International Olympic Committee Recognizes Cheerleading as a Sport Gymnastics was apart of the very first Olympics, figure skating was added in 1908, and synchronized swimming in 1984. All of these sports are closely related to cheerleading, yet cheerleading today is not apart of the Olympics as well. Gymnastics tumbling is the same tumbling that cheerleaders do in a routine but some people still say that gymnastics is more of a sport than cheerleading is. Figure skaters have a set routine that they compete to try to win competitions which is exactly what cheerleaders do as well. Even synchronized swimming is like cheerleading because they both have their athletes do motions that have to hit on the same count and be perfectly timed in order
When we are just standing on the sidelines and yelling you might not consider that a sport, but when we are tumbling or stunting it definitly is. Cheerleaders put a lot of hardwork and dedicaton into it. I think if all the boys quit football to cheer they would call it a sport then. I do think that it's true because they are always praising over boys. We do alot of tumbling as you know, the oympics decarled it a sport, it shows life values, and it might possibly be in the games in a few years.
Since they are part of a team they have to try out to be able to join. Being part of a team and trying out helps classify cheer as a sport. There are also different levels of cheer. “If you mess up, just keep going. Slap on a smile, pick up where you left off, and stay calm.
For example, the sense of cultural unity would not be as strong if there was no unity to be had in the first place and create the sequence of events that causes a feeling of unity. The following quote from Kurt Pitzer from the most recent Winter Olympic Games of 2018, shows how cultural unity caused by the Olympic Games can come a long way into making progress towards settling disputes and lessening tensions, “One of the most poignant scenes at the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony Feb. 9 will be a show of unity as North and South Korean athletes enter the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium side by side, under a common flag.” With the Korean team standing behind one flag instead of being divided, a sense of unity is created and in turn that creates a great atmosphere for the Olympics, making it a better event that will earn more revenue for the host country. With such a sense of unity, people in the general population of the host country will feel a sense of nationalism and take pride in being a citizen of the country that can behold such a large scale
The Ekeko is a customary god of wealth and luck owned by every archetypal Bolivian. He is the highly celebrated figure of the annual Las Alasitas fair in Bolivia. This is a cultural affair that takes place every 24th day of January. During this period, multitudes of people go to La Paz to take part in this historic festival which involves buying small representations of the things and aspirations that a person hopes to achieve during that year (Robert 2009). The general belief is that, whoever gives the most to Ekeko will prosper and will not lack in any essential need.