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    cheerleading is a sport since it requires intense physical activity for the players. Sport means “an athletic activity requiring skill or physical ability and often of a competitive nature” (Dictionary.com, n.d.). Cheerleading consists of jumps, dances, and tumbling, which people generally do for exercising and consider as a sport. Not only having those, cheerleading also requires muscular strength for male and flexibility and balance for female which are also required for the other sports such as gymnastics

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    events. Spirit squads use chants and cheers to keep crowd interested in the game and encourage their team. Spirit squads use tumbling, Lifts, Tosses, and dance moves set to music to entertain the crowd. Competitive teams develop and perform synchronized 3- or- 3 minute routines. Coaches often choreogragh and help squads rehearse the routines. Competitive teams also use tumbling, Lifts, tosses, and

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    Woodland Elite, and Cheer Xtreme. All of these gyms have been to big competitions like Worlds and Summit. The definition of cheerleading is an activity that involves tumbling, stunting, dance, and the promotion of spirit. My favorite part of cheerleading is tumbling and performing because I like getting to show off my amazing tumbling passes and routine. But at one point cheerleading was a man's sport. Cheerleading was founded in 1898

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    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

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    “I am my own cheerleader. I am the one who puts my goals, who pushes myself to get the next goal.” Cheerleading is a very difficult and intricate sport that allows athletic and flexible guys and girls to perform tumbling and stunting talent. Cheerleading was created at Princeton University in 1884. When the sport first started only men were allowed. Now around 97% of all cheerleaders are females. Although many people may disagree, cheerleading is and a sport and here is why… Some people might not

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    and on a competitive team at Cheer Athletics which required a significant amount of my childhood to train to reach the highest competitive level. While High School cheer is mostly social, competitive cheer is my passion as it requires significant tumbling, jumping, stunting, and dance related skills that are fine-tuned over many years of training. This hard core training has taught me many important life skills that I believe will allow me to be successful in all aspects of my life. I started competing

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    Nursing is not just about treating the ill, it is focused on the quality of care that we are delivering to our patient according to their individualized needs. Nursing is much more than just the physical aspects it also what we see internal wellness. Nursing has given me new challenges every day, pushed me to my limits. Nursing has taught me to think critically and used my clinical judgment. Choice of Nursing I chose nursing as a career because I knew it was my calling. I have the desire to help

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    What is Cheerleading? For centuries, spectators have cheered for people playing sports. Still, cheerleading did not officially being until 1898. Johnny Campbell, a student at the University of Minnesota, led the crowd at the football game in a famous cheer. He yelled," Rah, Rah, Rah! Shu-u-mar, Hoo-Rah! Hoo- Rah! Varsity! Varsity! Varsity, Minn-e-So-Tahh!" This cheer is still used, Thoes who use it today use the name of their team or school. Cheerleading is more than leading crowds in cheers. Cheerleaders

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    How many people think cheerleading is a sport? According to the Google Dictionary, a sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another for entertainment, and cheerleading follows these guidelines. There are a three different types of cheerleading. The first one is sideline cheering, which is like high school cheer. The second one is competition and the last one is college cheer. A sport says that you must physically exert

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    A competitive cheer team performs a two and a half minute routine with music that includes stunts, jumps, and tumbling. It is judged by a panel of experts on difficulty and execution. Many believe cheerleading is just cheerleading, little do they know what competitive cheer actually consists of. As you dive into looking at the sport, you realize that it is not all just jumping around in short skirts with pom-poms and trying to look pretty. A competitive cheer team has one main goal: to win. It meets

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    Competitive cheerleading has never been called a sport. There has been an ongoing debate as to if cheerleading fits the definition of a sport which is “an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature” (Dictionary.com n.d.). By that definition you could interpret it to mean cheerleading is a sport, but there is much more to being a sport than meeting a definition. Competitive cheerleading does require specialized training, extensive practices, and a dedicated

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    know I have. That's tumbling lessons. I love to tumble. I've started only two months ago. But I feel like I have gotten much more improved. So I told my parents, "Can I do tumbling lessons?" My parents said "You have a great deal of stuff going on, so if you want to have tumbling lessons you're going to need to pay for some of it or at least do some manual labor". "Okay," I said willingly. I did not honestly care due to I knew that I was going to love tumbling and plus since I am a

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    To a lot of people, mostly boys’ cheerleading isn’t considered a sport. But did you know that cheerleading was originally meant for boys? I bet you didn’t, the first cheerleader’s name was Johnny Campbell; he decided that one day that he wanted to lead chants at the University of Minnesota’s football game. He then created a whole team that would help him lead the crowd at different University of Minnesota sports games. Then, on November 2, 1898, Johnny Campbell was recognized to be the world’s first

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    apply makeup, slick your hair with a bow, and simply put on a smile, and yell as loud as you can to keep the crowd pumped. Cheerleading includes all those easy and pretty factors, but it is also a sport that you stunt, tumble, and jump. Jumps and tumbling may seem really easy to many people, but there’s more work done than most might think is possible. Stunting is also a major element in cheer, and that’s what really pleases the crowd, but stunting takes tons of work. What is really the secret to

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    each and every movement and trick. Cheerleading depends on tricks, tumbling, and bounced and since material science is so included in this game it makes this game really exist. A principle component of material science found in cheerleading hops is power. Newton 's Third Law expresses that for each activity, there is an equivalent and inverse response. This

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    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

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    Cheerleading to be Considered a Sport? Cheerleading was at first created as a form of entertainment for crowds at football games in 1898; yet, over 100 years after the creation of the activity, cheerleading has not evolved very much. Cheerleaders tumble and perform stunts to entertain the fans and attract attention during half times and time outs. Yet many question if the activity is truly a sport? Some believe, due to the level of skill and flexibility required, it is considered a sport. However

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    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

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    I have been cheering for five years now. I can not remember the times when I was not a cheerleader, it is hard to imagine myself doing anything other than cheer or simply not cheering at all. I fell in love with the sport and within time, my passion towards it grew even more. Cheerleading consumed my life, it was my only focus. I was fortunate enough to grow up with coaches that pushed me to reach limits I did not even know I had, as well as teammates whom I shared the same passion towards the sport

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    At 11 years old, Brooke Raboutou shattered a world record, becoming the youngest and shortest person to climb 5.14b, a climbing route difficult enough to challenge even highly athletic people, especially if they have no experience climbing. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Her list of accomplishments is quite lengthy and makes me question how I spent my time as a child. For one, I didn’t break any world records – although I was the fastest kid on a tricycle on my block (that counts for something

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