I was even able to make the SACS Varsity cheer team, which is an unforgettable experience knowing that they are one of the best in town. Every single accomplishment has been worked for with hours and hours of preparation, and even years in experience. Nobody would ever imagine that my first year trying out as a cheerleader I had been rejected. Although I did fail at cheer my first try, it only fueled me to try out again the following year. After weeks and
I never complain, and I never stop trying till a stunt, tumbling pass, or routine is successful. I am never one to blame someone, because cheerleading is a team effort. My first year of school cheerleading, I have really grown to love the game of basketball and football, and cheer during games. I love to be interactive during the games and be on the side lines to cheer the players
I work excellent with others, bring great energy, while maintaining a great team spirit. I like experimenting with different things, most people don’t see cheerleading as a sport but I would like to prove them wrong … I’m not interested in cheerleading for the popularity, but for it being a sport I really enjoy a lot.
Activity: cheerleading _____________________________________ Date: __7th grade_____________________ Your Role: _dancer and lifter______ Description of Activity: _We made a coreography for our presentations and needed to worck together to lift and catch our friends that were going in the air.____________________________________________ How does your participation in this activity illustrate any specific Academic Achievement, Leadership, Service, Character and/or Citizenship traits as described on page 2 of the application? Indicate how your performance shows you went above and beyond the required expectations. Answer in paragraph form. _My participation in cheerleading illustrates leadership and character. It illustrates leadership because we need to be good problem solvers when something goes wrong in the performance or the practice, and we participated in
Your artifact will be completely unique and representative of your field of study as well as to one of the ideas, topics, and chapters studied within the course.” I have chosen to utilize cheerleading as a form of recreational kinesthetic art to help enhance instruction in an ELA lesson plan for 3rd grade spelling words. How you ask? I will tell explain to you in the following bullet points: • 1st create a list of spelling words for third grade with ten spelling words. • 2nd take a word and create a cheer out of it by utilizing my cheerleading talent. • 3rd after all of the words have a cheer I will then teach the spelling word cheers to my students.
Cijae Snodgrass 5th Hour Cheertastrophe When you are in front of a crowd of fans and they are all cheering you on it is the best feeling in the world. Whether you are winning or losing the excitement of the fans can keep our spirits high. Cheerleaders are the people who keep the crowd cheering and keep the team motivated. Their amazing stunting and routines get the crowd on their feet and cheering their team on. Cheerleading should not be regulated because of dangerous stunting or even so called “provocative” dance routines, everyone has a different opinion on what is considered dangerous or provocative.
When it comes to competitive cheer, there is a lot more than yelling chants. Cheerleading requires sharp/quick motions, strength, along with perfect timing. Cheerleaders have to have the ability to throw 100+ pound girls in the air and be able to catch them. In conclusion, cheerleading is dangerous, competitive, and takes time and dedication. These are all the components of what society considers a “true sport.” So what is stopping schools and associations from considering it one?
For example, in the text it said she won: “Spelling bee champion 3 times in a row, blue ribbon awardee in the science fair, she is a straight-A student, and many more!” She must have had to study a lot, be responsible, and have to have stayed on top of her homework. In addition, Lupe is not good at sports, In the story it said “No matter how hard she tried she couldn’t run as fast as the other girls.” Another example why Lupe is determined, is because in the story it said that she did 20 push-ups on her fingertips. I can’t even do one push-up on my own hand let alone my finger tips. She must have had to keep trying and practicing. This shows that she is determined to keep
Most people view cheerleading as twenty four girls in skimpy uniforms who know basic cheers along with rhythmic stomps and claps, but this is not entirely the case. Cheerleading involves an athleticism unlike any other sport or physical activity. While some people say competitive cheerleading is too unmethodical and muddled to be considered a sport, it actually meets all the criteria to be considered one. Competitive cheerleading is physically demanding, competitive, and regulated. Although competitive cheerleading meets all the components of a sport, some people still see it as merely an athletic activity.
It is more a sport because cheerleading fits the definition of a sport, cheerleading is competitive and it involves training and practice. Yet another thing people might say is “stunt is a sport but cheer is not because it's like any other club.” Yes stunt is a sport and so is cheer. Cheerleading is mostly based on stunting. But cheer has more physical exertion and has practice unlike most activities and more like a sport. Also a club is something that most people will call “nerdy” or “uncool”.
She will testify regarding the plaintiff’s skill and experience as a cheerleader and her skill and experience in the back spot position. She will testify that she worked with the plaintiff as a cheerleader on the high school team her sophomore and junior years as well as working with her on the GCA team and when she worked for GCA. She considered the plaintiff to be a skilled back spot, probably the best on the team. She was a great cheerleader, which is why Marella had made her a captain. Marella will also testify regarding her skill, training, experience as a coach, certifications and related course work.
Cheerleading is a sport Is cheerleading really a sport,I believe that cheerleading is a sport . http://www.debate.org/opinions/is-cheerleading-a-sport says”Not that school cheer stuff with pompoms. The definition of a sport is competing against other teams and having a goal, and when cheerleaders go to the All star cheerleading competition they are competing against other cheerleaders to win”. But when people say that that cheering is not a sport I say I would like to see all them do the flips that we do and how many times we do it in a row. Can’t you just respect our sport like we respect yours,when the cheerleaders at at a football game or or a basketball game they are cheering you on and trying to have better cheers than the other
In addition to colleges recognizing cheerleading as a sport, 22 states now recognize high school cheer as a sport, including Arizona. Many orthopedic experts consider cheerleading a sport and encourage other associations to do so as well. By accepting cheerleading as a sport, the athletes would be given more money for mats, increasing the safety. In 2011 alone, 3,700 cheerleaders went to the emergency room and account for 66% of the catastrophic injuries for female athletes (Brungart). Doctors believe that if more people gave cheerleading had greater recognition, many injuries could be prevented with the purchase of mats.
A failure can be a downward spiral or a setback turning into a benefit. When athletes experience head trauma, they only recover a little, which might end their career early or other times people never recover. In the case of my four month concussion, there are residual mental and physical problems. For me, this challenge helped me develop as a person than will work harder and strive for the best in my academics. Running onto the field, I can 't believe we won it - the High School Girls ' Rugby Championship.
So my seven class mates and I learned it, then performed several pieces at the time, and moved on to what we called the cool instruments. My friend Jacob and I were the only fourth graders who were taking the snare at the time and we both loved it, we took solo and ensemble together and both got first on our solos. Sadly, I moved school and couldn’t join my band, but I then found