It's really simple just follow all the steps and practice.
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Cheerleading is a very diverse activity. You may wish to start with gymnastics. Debate club (for the lessons in public speaking etc.). Leadership and teamwork exercises. Finally/firstly, you will likely want to sign up for cheerleading try-outs.
There are several ways to do cheerleading. one is to stand on the side lines of a sport ( football and basketball are the most popular) and cheer on your team. You are there to support the team and help them win, You also get the crowd involved. With more Crowd participation it will help lead your team to victory!another way is to enter compititions. you get 2 mins to perform a rutine. it must include: stunts, dance, and 2 cheers. in the end you could wim money or a trip. its really fun. I'm a Cheerleader, and do it as a sport. At the moment my team and I are preparing for competitions in summer. I got involved through my school. We learn stunts, cheers, dance and tumbling. It is great exercise and great fun!
yea its easy just get some rythm and clap ur hands and say some words that make sense ex:(footballcheer) k-i,k-i-c,k-i-c-k-o-f-f ,kickoff.xx,panthers,xx.. x=clap
well it all depends on how long they give you to make-up a dance. and then you can add some cheers.
To improve your cheer skills is to practice and take gymnastics.
No. they hire choreographers.
There are as many cheers as you are creative enough to come up with. If you just think of a cheer that sounds cool, use it! it will make your squad unique. Generic cheers such as "Go Fight Win" and "We Got Spirit" are good crowd pleasers.
Sure, it does. It cheers your mom up.
Before you take your first swig/sip from a drink raise it a little and say Cheers or Bottoms up.
Exercise, friends, family, hobbies
make sure the cheers are short and do not have any complicated motions
It cheers you up :D
The name of the Cheers episode where Woody keeps turning the thermostat is "Send in the Crane".
If someone were to ask "How are you" and the answer is "Wicked, cheers, been up to much?" this means they are good, then they thank you, then they ask what you've been doing recently.
blue,cheers and thanks
Do you mean saying "cheers" while raising your glass? Then it would be "Kippis!". ("Cheers" as in "thank you" would be "Kiitti".) Or you could use the equivalent for "Bottoms up!", which is "Pohjanmaan kautta!". But "Kippis" is easier to pronounce. =)