PINK OUT - October 2015

Think Pink

Spread the CheerBefore you get all pink-ed out for your PINK-OUT game, here’s a little reminder on why we wear pink and how you can do more!!! Tis the season….it’s PINK-TOBER! This past weekend, we started seeing big burly football players sporting pink sweatbands, gloves and tall socks on the gridiron, cheerleaders cheering on their respective football teams […] Read more


Cheer Coaching Tips (for Even the Most Seasoned Veterans)

Spread the Cheer Coaching, or being in charge of a team (any team), takes a lot out of a person! No matter how many years you’ve been coaching, reviewing things that help your squad run smoothly are always helpful. Here are some tips to keep you sane, satisfied, and successful this cheer season! #1 – […] Read more


How to Make Your Squad Look Polished on the Sidelines

Spread the Cheer By: Carrie Batson Is your squad in need of a more professional look on the sidelines?  Do you or your squad wish that your fans or players would take you more seriously?  You can help your squad look more polished by following these 5 simple tips! Make sure everyone is wearing their […] Read more


Attention All Cheer Coaches – Get Organized for Football Season!

Spread the Cheer By Carrie Batson Football season is rapidly approaching!  As you get prepared for the season, I’d like to give you 5 tips to staying organized and making the most of your experience as a cheer coach. Keep a master calendar with all school events, practices, and scheduled performances.  Make sure to include […] Read more


5 Expert Tips to Prepare your Middle School Squad for Cheer Camp!

Spread the CheerCheerleading camp is one of the most exciting times of the cheer season.  But for new middle school squads (and parents) that have never experienced it before, it can be overwhelming.  Here are some tips to prepare your squad for camp: #1 – Prepare the cheerleaders (and parents)!  Hold a camp meeting with […] Read more