Freshman cheerleading try-outs advice

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* Know the routine forwards backwards and sideways * Have high jumps * Tumbling always helps * Be confident * Don't cheer to slow or fast, to loud or soft

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What are cheerleading try-outs like?

Cheerleading tryouts are similar to any tryouts for anything else. I mean really you go to a meeting prior to tryouts where the coaches usually explain everything that you need to know for tryouts. Like, what you have to wear, what to bring, when and where it is, and all that info. Tryouts itself is really where you learn a number of cheers (usually 2-4) and then a dance. You also learn proper techniques for arm motions, tumbling, and of course, jumps. Spiriting is also something they will review with you. It lasts for a few days. When it comes to the actually Tryout day, you group with a few girls and perform in front of the coaches (or judges) and get scored. Then its a waiting game to find out if you made the team. Hope that helps :] ______________________________ well, i love that time of the year. when cheer tryouts come around the corner=) ... i always get so nervous and I'm like, "I'm not going to make it!" but i do everytime and prove myself wrong. just love that feeling. -kamraellen.

I went to soccer tryouts and all of the other girls are better then me I don't feel very confident Any Advice?

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What should you say if someone 3 years older than you asks you out and you are a freshman and they are a junior?

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What if your a freshman and a senior asks you out you think you might like him but don't really know should you go out with him?

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I was in the same situation as you once. I tried out in sixth grade and didn't make my school cheer leading squad. The coaches told me to keep practicing everything and especially my tumbling, stunts, gymnastics and volume. They also told me to consider gymnastics lessons. They told me that if I wanted to be a cheerleader I had to be serious and dedicated. I tried out again the following year after taking their advice to the heart and I made it. What kind of squad are you trying out for? What kind of stunts, jumps, tumbling and cheers do they do? Some good advice is to stretch EVERY day. If you don't your body will get stiff and be inflexible. NEVER practice without a spotting partner as itsdangerous NEVERpractice with anyone you don't trust. Tumbling covers things like the forward roll, the cartwheel and the roundoff. If you are having trouble with these then the best advice I can give you is to practice. Practice until you are sick of practicing and keep practicing. Jumps are things like pikes, hurkies and toe touches. If you are having trouble with these then you should stretch often, remember to jump high and keep your arms tight in the correct positions. Stunts are things like lifts, pyramids and basket tosses. (Lifts are just hoisting someone up and baskets are throwing them into the air.) The best thing to do when practicing these is too practice with the group. If you have the money I would consider enrolling into a gymnastics class if you think it would help.You should consider a local cheerleading gym in your area where you could take tumbling classes specifically geared for cheerleading

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