I told myself everyday to forget about the pain and work hard to make the competition performance great. I didn’t want to spend another year standing on the sidelines of I could be perform with the team. My wrist hurt terribly, but I performed to the best of my ability. The competition went great, and I didn’t feel the pain until after our two minute routine was over. Cheerleading has shown me that my determination, attitude and effort help me accomplish great adventures in life.
She went to this little place called the dance shoppe. The dance shop was sorta a small place, but they had trophies lined up the walls. mrs michigan 2007 mrs michigan 2006... My sister was always nagging me to go to dance because I always complained about being bored but I was a stubborn 6 year old so I would always say “dance is for girls.” But somehow, they convinced me to go to dance.
Classmate Interview: Wearing big bows, a pound of glitter and tight skirts is a normal day for Joy Barber. Joy Barber always knew that she would be a cheerleader in college. Since the age of 7 she has cheered competitively. At a young age Joy started cheering, unfortunately as a freshman in high school her dream was almost destroyed. After tearing her ACL Joy used her injury as motivation.
On page 27 in the article “Should Everyone Get a Trophy?” in the text it says “A Student doesn't get an A just for going to class. An employee does not get a raise just for arriving to work on time.” when you are an adult life will not be this easy. When I am in class at dance when my teacher tells me I did a good job I work even harder, to get better. If I got a trophy every time I did chores it would be getting a reward for simply doing what is asked. You shouldn't get a trophy for participating and just for doing what is asked.You should get a trophy whenb you have worked hard for it and when you feel proud for it.
Once I got to high school, I discovered we did not have a gymnastics team, but my high school did have a competitive cheer team where I could tumble and compete (two things which I love) at the same time. In order to compete in a specific competition which you could individually
As we walked into the high school gym, all of my friends looked at me like i was crazy. I had looked at ned out of the corner of my eye. His bright orange hair, braces, and glasses that were obviously made when he was in elementary school. Although i definitely didn 't want to be there with him i had started to warm up to him. I looked over to see him gone.
Although she struggled in her early stages, Mabunity kept her parent’s promise to travel to United States of America, her fortitude and endurasim conducted to her success as a ballerina. At the time Mabunity was in the orphanage and she knew that her number (27) meant that she would get the least amount of food and that the Auntie that is taking care of them hated Mabunity because of her spots, she immediately started to find a way to win her back. All the kids were afraid of Auntie, except for Mabunity, when a lightning struck besides Mabunity, she didn’t hesitate and insisted Mabunity Suma that she is a witch. Mabunity knew that Aunt Fatima was watching so she performed her “voodoo powers” in front of the orphanage kids to scare the Aunt. Furthermore leading to her countless act of kindness, at the time the devils attacked the city again, Mabunity witnessed her teacher
She had a mental picture of what she wanted to accomplish and because of the determination she had, she followed it through during the book, and did everything she could even when she had to conquer some weighty hurdles. This amazing and inspiring story is written by Shawn Johnson, an Olympic gold medalist and is titled, “The Flip Side.” Charlotte seems like the average teenage girl at school. She gets decent grades, wears glasses to shield her face, and doesn’t enjoy government class. However, secretly, “Charlie”, is an elite gymnast. She can do amazing things with her body, wears her hair off her face with lots of sparkly makeup, and absorbs the spotlight.
When she got to eighth grade, she had to take a test to continue onto high school. She always did very well in school and passed the test easily, but her parents got her a worker’s permit and she never went to high school. In some ways, I think she regrets not going, but she is constantly working and was most likely more than happy to help her family out. With or without high school, she is unbelievably intelligent and I am so proud to call her my grandma. Just sitting down with her for a short amount of time, I learned so much about the past and I definitely recommend you talk to an elder you know.
Secondly, Lupe ran home threw her backpack down with her homework and dashed straight up to her room to practice setting aside school which she loves, to practice that's surprising. Also, Lupe worked so hard her thumb became swollen with muscle showing she tried hard on every practice shot and exercise. Second reason Lupe is a role model is she is a good sport. For instance, Lupe is a good sport because the story said “ She beat her first opponent easily, and felt sorry for the girl because she didn’t have anyone to cheer for her” and
Following this, she began taking gymnastics lessons and was then asked to join a competitive gymnastics team, which she did for 2 years. She was always excited and ready to learn new things. Out of her three main sports her most favorite sport was basketball. Jordan was not very good in the beginning, but with hard work and the help of her twin sister, Jada, she grew to love the sport and realized there is more to basketball than scoring points. Jordan became a great defensive player.She began playing in third grade for her private school team and for a travel basketball team.
With a short-tempered father, an overworking coach, and a sister she didn’t know about; her life was not a piece of cake. Dominique’s birth and childhood was fairly simple. She was a healthy baby and was descend to become a gymnast. Dominique’s parents, Dumitru and Camelia Moceanu, were both gymnasts and competed in Romania when they were younger so naturally, gymnastics came to Dominique easily. When Dominique was three months old, her parents wanted to test her strength to see if she had what it took to be a gymnast.