the toe-touch should be at least up to your waist but if it isn't then you will need a little practice.
practice your splits. especially straddle, for toe touch.
There are so many different jumps. For example: * tuck * spread eagle * pike * toe touch * double toe touch * herkie * hurdler And countless other ones.
You cant invent a toe touch. Its like inventing how to walk. Read a book. Cheerleading was inspired by gymnastics. So gee... it looks a lot like a straddle jump doesn't it??
A physical exercise. you jump up and and have your legs sticking up to the sides and touch your toe a toe touch is a move in cheerleading when you jump in the air and you spread your legs A toe touch is a type of jump frequently used in cheerleading. To properly do a toe touch, you must jump, throw your legs up and to the side, and reach for your toes with your hands. DO NOT LEAN FORWARD! Leaning forward is not a toe touch. You back must be straight. The toe touch, is the most popular move in cheerleading. As many people join cheerleading, that is the first thing they learn. You have to be kind of flexible to do because if you jump up in the air and spread your legs to far you might pull a muscle. So fnow I'm going to tell you how you do a toe touch step bye step. 1. you jump up in the air 2. in the process of you in the air you spread your legs & touch your toes 3. the right hand touches the right foot, & the left hand touches the left foot you actually don't touch your toes; just so you know. you just reach for them. and, if you want to know the truth .. it's not called "spreading your legs", it's called straddling. spreading your legs sounds so disgusting. a toe touch is when someone jumps in the air and does a straddle. ( This is pretty much just doing the spilts in th air) Hope that helps!!!
A toe back is really a touch touch backhandspring. After you land your toe touchjump right into your backhandspring.
In cheerleading, a herky is a type of jump. To do one, you jump up with one leg bent toward the ground and one leg up in toe-touch to the side.
Many jumps in cheering such as the toe-touch and the pike jump were already being used in gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics. The first jump unique to cheerleading is the herkie jump invented by Lawrence Herkimer in 1949
Do some sumo wrestling poses or middle splits or plainly just keep practicing they get bigger evey time you try actually
Safety regulations have changing depending on the level of cheerleading and skill. For example Highschool cheerleading can only involve certain stunts like toe touch baskets, kick single to double baskets but they can not do tuck baskets and more advanced stunts like college and travel teams.
Toe touches are a very hard thing to do. I have an over extended toe touch. A hyper extended toe touch is any where higher than that. A hyper extended toe touch is anywhere from almost liking yourself in the head to actually kicking yourself in the head.