The rules of Cheerleading are under the rule of the WIAA, even though cheerleading technically isn't a sport.
There are many more rules to cheerleading than just 10. for official rules, go to www.usasf.net
The rules vary depending on the coach.
The definition of 'sport' is: "A physical activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively." Cheerleading is a physical activity, cheerleading is governed by a set of rules, and cheerleading is competitive. Therfefore, cheerleading is a sport.
you have to attend all games and practices. If you go to usasf.net they have rules and regulations for competitive cheerleading if that's what you're looking for!
for a full set of rules visit www.usasf.net
Each squad has its own rules about practices, uniforms, and attitude. Official Organizational have rules about safety and skill level, all of which are too long to be listed here If you want to know rules for competitive cheerleading go to usasf.net!
The rules and different stunts
YESS in many ways tumbling stunting and jumping
Basic cheerleading rules: smile at all times. point your toes at every jump. never drop your flyer no matter how she comes down. no stunting on a gym floor. hair must be up. no jewlery.
The USASF or United States All Star Federation makes the rules
USASF rules state that no more than 36 members may be on a team