• TiredofTape

    Tired of Tape? New Sports Supports Products designed by Cheerleaders, for Cheerleaders!

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    Cheer Coaching Tips (for Even the Most Seasoned Veterans)

  • PolishedTeam

    How to Make Your Squad Look Polished on the Sidelines

  • drillTeam

    25 Tips for Drill Team Directors for Football Season (great for CHEER too!)

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    Attention All Cheer Coaches - Get Organized for Football Season!

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    Zephz puts feet first! US World Cup Approved!

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    How to Stay “Cheer-Ready” over Summer Break

TiredofTape

Tired of Tape? New Sports Supports Products designed by Cheerleaders, for Cheerleaders!

Cheerleaders! Cheerleading.Com recognizes cheerleading and dance have evolved into activities requiring more athleticism and high- level skills. Complex stunting, tumbling and gymnastic maneuvers require strength and conditioning, as well as protective bracing and support. Due to these increased athletic demands, Cheerleading.com proudly introduces our new sports medicine line, Sports Supports for Cheer! Sports Supports for […] Read more

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Cheer Coaching Tips (for Even the Most Seasoned Veterans)

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 – Keep your squad […] Read more

PolishedTeam

How to Make Your Squad Look Polished on the Sidelines

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 hair the same […] Read more

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Get Your Fans Involved!

By: Carrie Batson One of the best things about being a cheerleader is being on the sidelines of a game and hearing the roar of the crowd!  One of the biggest questions that cheerleaders ask is how they can get the fans involved.  Here are 5 must-have spirit items (all available at cheerleading.com) to gain […] Read more

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Attention All Cheer Coaches – Get Organized for Football Season!

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 home and away […] Read more

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Zephz puts feet first! US World Cup Approved!

Are you looking for a shoe that really cares about your feet?    Look no further than our Zephz shoe collection here at Cheerleading.com. All Zephz shoes have thermoplastic heel counters which provide great heel support.  A proper heel counter will also control your foot better than no heel counter or a soft material as seen […] Read more

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How to Stay “Cheer-Ready” over Summer Break

Summer break is here, which means no school and fun in the sun.  For most of us it also means no cheerleading until football season starts back up.  How can you stay “cheer-ready” during your summer break? Stay in shape! You do not want to be huffing and puffing through practices when they start back […] Read more

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Summer Tips for Drill and Dance Team Members

By: Lori Todd  Yea! You have done it! You have made the dance team and now it is summer. Your first performance is most likely under your belt because the spring game or spring show of the previous year’s team is over and so you feel like you can just sit back and relax until […] Read more

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CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT: Notre Dame School of Dallas, Cheer Squad

Hello! Let me introduce myself. I am Nancy Wiley, one of the coaches for the Cheer Squad out of Notre Dame School of Dallas. Notre Dame is the only school exclusively devoted to educating students who are mild to moderately intellectually disabled.  The enrollment is 150 students ranging from 6 to 21 years of age who […] Read more