When our athletes are not their best, they do no perform well in practice. Follow these four tips to stay your best all summer long.
The standing back tuck is allowed at United States All Star Federation Level 4 and up, while the back tuck proceeded by a round off in a running pass is allowed at Level 3.
The roundoff back handspring is very effective at moving the cheerleader across the floor, so it has become popular in cross-floor tumbling passes.
The last profile from Oregon State University Cheer and Dance, comes from Brian. Brian is one of several guys on the university’s cheerleading team. Here’s what Brian said when I asked him ‘12 Questions’.
Cheerleading is truly a passion for Amber and that shows in her leadership. I asked her to tell us a little more about the Oregon State Cheerleading and Dance program and here is what she said...
It’s time for another cheer profile! This time I am featuring Emily Luke, from Oregon State Cheer and Dance.
This week we are chatting with Jasmine Shannon from OSU’s dance team. For Jasmine, dance is a true calling and in our profile she speaks of her passions and aspirations.
‘Shine’ is a great way to entertain your fans during a game or a pep rally. It fits with any sport and can also be used as an encouraging start or finish to an all star practice or event.
Body control refers to the ability to tighten muscles and keep body parts where they are supposed to be.
This month I am profiling Oregon State University’s fantastic cheer and dance program! Today, let’s have a chat with Megan Phillips, assistant coach for the 2014-2015 season.