A competitive cheer team has one main goal: to win. 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,
“I did it” Lupe said under her breath. In the story, “Marble Champ”, by Gary Soto, the protagonist, is a young girl named Lupe Medrano. Lupe is determined to be a good player at marbles because she works hard, and she has confidence that she will do well. First of all, Lupe is determined because she works and practices very hard. She takes it seriously.
Perseverant. To stay persistent even when there are difficulties or obstacles. The story “Marble Champ” by Gary Soto, the theme of the story is to stay perseverant. In “Marble Champ”, a 12-year-old girl named Lupe Medrano wants to be the best at marbles, but is a tyro at sports. The theme of the story is to stay perseverant because Lupe doesn’t give up, She tries her best, and she practices all the time.
Cheerleaders have competitions which they physically work together to perform and compete to win awards. “The word sport is defined as "an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment” (Tori Jackson). Also cheerleaders don 't get points by scoring a touchdown or making a basket, but they get points by performing a perfect routine, like other sports. “They also note that competitive cheer squads are judged on their skill--just as in figure skating, gymnastics, diving, and other sports” (pom pom shake up). Lastly cheerleaders have rules to follow just like football does, like no going off the mat just like football players can 't go off the field.
They said how I would never be able to accomplish this because I couldn't learn the steps in such a short amount of time. They were jealous of me because of the work I had put in, and that their children hadn't done the same. I went on to learn 10 new steps in three months. Even though I didn't place at nationals, I was able to perform the dances to the very best of my ability, and I believe that that's pretty
The winner of beauty contest is very thin and do make up really well, so many children do hard to become such person. Also children try to become adult. Parents of children try their children to become beauty, and want children to become proud. Some time, parents try children to attend child beauty contest not for their children, but for their name.
She shows she is responsible by taking care of her brother, protecting him, always practicing her sprints and is prepared for school. Examples of Squeaky being confident would be when she states, “There is no track meet that I don’t win the first place medal.” And she also says,” In the first place, no one can beat me and that’s all there is to it.” Secondly, Squeaky is always prepared. In the story, Squeaky talks about staying up to study for a spelling test, practicing her breathing, and practicing her running. Lastly, Squeaky shows that she is responsible by taking care of her brother Raymond, making sure he is safe and standing up for him when someone talks about him.
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. Another rule is It must be governed by the rules that explicitly define the time, space and conditions under which a winner is declared.
The amphitheater was full of people when Stephanie walked in to take her final exam before graduation. She hoped that some of the experiments she had done during her three years of studying would made it easier to graduate and not worry about grades. However every one of her professors told her the same exact thing, ’’Despite your achievements you still need good grades to graduate top of your class. We value your efforts to create new elements or make a difference in this world but you need to read your textbooks and pass your classes to have academic success. She had passed all her other classes leaving quantum physics as the last course because she found it less interesting than all the others.
This year I was honored to be the captain of the cheerleading team in Zapata High School. We started since June in the summer to try to perfect the simple stunts needed to know before we got to the more challenging and difficult ones. This was not easy for us, we failed and failed until the 100th time, we would finally stick the stunt. I would blame this entirely on the fact that not all the cheerleaders have taken physics in high school with Mrs. Pangi. If all of the team would’ve known at least the basics of physics, we wouldn’t struggle as much in the stunting area of cheerleading.