May 2011

Tips For Joyous Jumping

Spread the CheerMany aspects of cheerleading have drastically changed throughout the last two decades… basket tosses fly higher, tumblers resemble gymnasts, flyers are more flexible, and competition is much more intense, but there is one skill that has remained constant and is a cornerstone of cheerleading, jumping. Jumps are a core part of cheerleading and […] Read more

Melody Mills Interview

Spread the CheerIn the fast paced and constantly evolving world of cheer and dance there are always a few trendsetters leading the way into new styles, new skills and new rules. Bonded together by a love of the sport, these people often share a simple moment in the spotlight, but we’d like to take some […] Read more

Simple Stretching Made Easy

Spread the CheerTest out your cheer knowledge with this quick trivia question: what is critical to tumbling, stunting, jumping, and dancing, and also helps to keep you injury-free? The answer is quite simple . .  stretching! Stretching, as previously stated, serves multiple purposes and is essential in many sports, but is especially useful in cheerleading. Cheerleading […] Read more

P.E.P. is Important: Tips for a Successful Cheerleading Tryout

Spread the CheerAs the school year winds down and the competition season concludes everything seems to rewind and begin again with tryouts. Preparation is key in making the tryout process as successful and as stress-free as possible.  Cheerleading tryouts can be a great experience and a very fun time of the year if you always […] Read more