In most stunts there are four positions. There are two bases; primary and secondary. Then there is the flyer who is the person that goes up in the stunt. Then there is the back base who assists the two bases in getting flyer up. There is also sometimes a front base or 'spotter' who assists in making sure the stunt goes right.
2 bases: people who have the fliers feet in their hands.
1 backspot: person who hold the fliers waist, then ankles.
Flier or top: person who actually goes in the air.
Front spot: gives extra support to the bases, or the flier.
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Flyer- gets thrown into the air and "flys."
Bases- holds the flyer and is usally underneath her throwing her into the air with the help of a backspot. there are two types of bases:
~main base- holds the flyer the most usally. is very dominant.
~secondary base- there to help the other base.
Backspot- stands in the back of the flyer to catch her if she is falling and also help the bases hold up some weight.
***** sometimes there can be a front spot or more bases depending on how coplicated the stunt is and how experienced the group of cheerleaders are.
-high school cheerleader-
All of the positions in a stunt group are important.
-The base holds the flyer up in the air (they're the main supporters of the flyer's body while she's in the air) and they also catch the mid section of the flyers body (the mid to lower back, waist, and butt)
-The back spot does the count, helps the flyer get into the stunt, and also catches the upper body (shoulders, arms, head, neck area)
-And the flyer does the crowd pleaser
There are lots her are some basic.
High v, low v, t, broken t, right k, left k, right L, left L, right punch, left punch, clean, squat, clap, clasp.
There are more positions/ moves that flyer's or top girls have to do.
Scorpion left and right, heel stretch left and right, arabesque left and right, needle left and right.
Toe touch, pike, hurdles, hurkies, tucks.
slits, butt-kick, jump, the one footer, jump kick, cartwheel
bases, flyers, back spot,front spot,main base,and secondary base
how your body moves
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No cheerleading is a sport
CHEERLEADING ALL THE WAY!
It is said that Lawrence Herkimer, the grandfather of cheerleading started it all.
Yes...all-star cheerleading is competitive. It is actually known for how competitive it really is. However, recreation cheerleading or school cheerleading is not. That is more spirit than competition.
All-Star Cheerleading was invented in 1957
Organized cheerleading started out as an all-male activity at the University of Minnesota in 1898.
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Yes! Cheerleading is across the world! The Cheerleading Worlds showcases all teams across the world.
: cheerleading can be used for football and basketball games. but it can also be all-star cheerleading. all-star cheerleading is cheerleading that you compete against all squads and it is all year round. there are like 20 compeitions that you attend each season. you can go check out my all-star cheerleading team at : http://www.marylandtwisters.com
In all sports cheerleading reports the most fatal injuries. In womes sports, cheerleading is still in the lead, folowed by gymnastics