Requiring immense and consistent enthusiasm—on top of strength, flexibility, and tenacity—cheerleading demands respect. From building confidence in performing, fostering teamwork and spirit, and learning new stunts and jumps, cheerleaders work relentlessly to master their motions and routines. Whether you are a flyer, a base, or perfecting your tumbling, every element matters in the creative choreographed routine. When we protect our cheerleaders, we keep this sport safe and healthy for all.
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