Even the off-season isn’t really an off-season for cheerleaders and cheer coaches. Many cheer teams are training and practicing year-round. While there are so many different types of cheerleading teams nowadays — All Stars, Pop Warner, sideline-only, sideline and competitive… ...Read More »
When a season’s practices begin, cheerleaders new and old look to their leaders as they kick off the new season. If you’re a captain, that may sound intimidating but it doesn’t have to be. Think about the captains you’ve had ...Read More »
There is a lot to consider when choosing cheerleading uniforms for your team to wear during the season. When deciding on options for the style of your team’s uniform, always keep in mind the school or organization that you are ...Read More »
Whether you’re a cheer parent, coach, or cheerleader, a new cheerleading team presents new challenges. No team is ever the same (and even the same team can change over the course of a year!). Each year, with the changing of ...Read More »
One of a cheerleading coach’s responsibilities is to protect the personal information that is collected from their team members. A coach may need to collect several pieces of personal information about their cheerleaders, including phone numbers, addresses, and clothing sizes. ...Read More »
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