round off layout backhandspring buck tuck full. and double back handspring back tuck full. hope this helps.
flexibility, strong, responsible, energy, tumbling, good at picking up choreography. plus more.
yes the floor excersise involves lots of tumbling. If you have never done gymnastics before I would recommend doing a recreational gymmnastics class and taking tumbling in addition to that if you can. But if you can't, rec gymnastics would be the best choice because you will learn new skills on all the events. Plus, you will get lots of tumbling practice in the class, too. Good luck!
Punch fronts and Arabians are what most do into a round off, so you could do one of those without the backward tumbling after. All star cheerleaders on level 3 do punch fronts to a forward roll all the time.
A tumbling meet Orr you could just say a meet
You need at least a 3 pack and good muscles. There isusually lots of dance (for girls not Olympic level like level 4 to 10) and at least 3 tumbling passes. Also other stuff that is not dance and tumbling like pretty easy stuff. Also you have 4 events (for girls) that are beam, bars, vault, and floor. All of them are hard. Gymnastics is such a hard sport but very fun too. So if you give it a try you could get good.
To me, a recreation center is a horrible place for tumbling classes unless the teacher has the experience and the equiment. The place I would definitely go to for tumbling is a local gymnastics place near you that has good teachers with experience, and the equipment you need to tumble, etc.
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First, You'll want to sign up for tumbling classes at a local cheer, tumbling, or gymnastics gym. These usually have different class levels that increase in difficulty. Clearly, You'll want to start off at beginner, So you don't harm yourself. They will teach you how to do different cheerleading gymnastic skills. Good luck! -H
you need skills good shoes and power
cheerleading is always more dangerous than tumbling ! you can hurt yourself in tumbling but many girls can die in cheerleading itself because of stunts and other activity. (cheerleaders can get dropped from up to 20feet in he air !) *college* but high and middle school is dangerous as well ! (more than tumbling)
As a nca all American cheer leader myself i can tell you that you really have to be a hard worker. you need great facial expressions and good tumbling skills, great jumps and have a high spirtgood luck