How do you make cheerleading at home?

How do you make cheerleading at home?

If you are looking to improve your cheer technique, Gold Medal Gyms has a few ways you can practice cheerleading at home.

  1. Stretching. When it comes to gymnastics, stretching is something you should never leave out of your practice session.
  2. Practicing Chants.
  3. Counts & Timing.
  4. Balance.
  5. Toe Touches.

What things do you need for cheer?

10 Things to Have in Your Cheer Bag

  • Cheer Shoes. Your cheer shoes are very important for cheer practice, especially for flyers.
  • Water Bottle.
  • Snacks.
  • Tape/Braces/Pre-Wrap.
  • Deodorant/Body Spray.
  • Sweat Towel/Face Wipes.
  • Extra Hair Ties/Brush.
  • Extra Socks/Shirt/Spanks.

How can I practice my base at home?


  1. PRACTICE YOUR STUNTS: Holding a dumbell (remember to start small!) and focusing on your posture.
  2. FIX YOUR CORE: Instead of doing crunches, spend time fixing your core.
  3. TRAIN YOUR SHOULDER STABILITY: Using planks, headstands and walking around with weights overhead.

What age should you start cheer?

“I would say seven to eight years old is a good time to start. Around that age, they truly know what they want. Tumbling prior to that would be a plus, but competitive cheerleading should start around that age so they aren’t too shy and have that ‘edge.

What is the best age to start cheerleading?

Ages 10-15 are a great range to begin cheerleading. Athletes may practice with kids younger or older than them, which could aid in developing social skills and fostering teamwork and cooperation. Just like the last age bracket, cheerleaders should decide first if they want to do cheerleading as a hobby or compete.

How tall is the average cheerleader?

TDA: Is there a height or weight requirement? Lowry: The average girl is between 4’11 and 5’3 and weighs between 95 and 125 pounds.

What a cheerleader eats in a day?

It is actually recommended to eat 5 times a day: breakfast, snack, lunch, snack and dinner. Good snacks include foods such as nuts, fruit, popcorn, oatmeal, celery, carrots, dried fruit or dark chocolate….An Aussie cheerleader talks about exercise and diet.

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