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Stretch Your Limits: How To Improve Flexibility For Cheerleading
Cheerleading is a sport that requires lots of flexibility. It’s needed for performing stunts, jumps, and routines with precision and grace. It also is required to be able to split or do a backbend for routines. Improving flexibility can take your cheerleading skills to the next level.  Flexibility refers... Read more
Foothill High Sends Spirit All-American to Disney Competition
Muna Bellot, sophomore from Foothill High School in Pleasanton, California, has been selected to perform in the annual Orlando Varsity Spirit All-American  Thanksgiving Tour, held at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Bellot along with more than 300 high school cheerleaders from across the U.S. joins the tour. _______________________________ GET CONNECTED:... Read more
Competitive Cheer: Aiming For New Heights Under CIF
Traditional Competitive Cheer And Its Acrobatic Form, Stunt, Both Gain Boosts From CIF Recognition — Woodcreek High Eyes Second State Stunt Crown • Her arms outstretched, Woodcreek High competitive cheer athlete Alyssa Guillen bent her knees and dropped to the bottom of the pyramid, bracing for a millisecond against... Read more
Cheer Gets Competitive Nod from CIF
Recently, the California Interscholastic Federation recognized Cheerleading as a competitive high school sport. Now that might draw the ire of many cheer athletes and their families who have lived and competed in Cheer for years, and likely felt left out of any official designation at times. But lets focus on... Read more