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Transcript of Cheerleading
Vocabulary in Cheerleading...
Energy transformation for stunting:
mechanical --> thermal --> wind --> gravitational --> sound energy
What exactly is cheerleading?
The intense physical activity for sports team motivation, audience entertainment, and based upon organized routines.
What does a Cheerleader do?
The cheerleading routines usually range anywhere from one to three minutes, which may contain many components of tumbling, dance, jumps, cheers and stunting in order to direct spectators of events to cheer for sports teams at games.
velocity- The velocity in cheerleading would be the change in the stunts.
acceleration- The acceleration in cheerleading would be when the cheerleaders are doing
speed- The speed in cheerleading would be when the cheerleading routine would change its speed on determining its routine.
The distance in cheerleading could be how high you throw the girl in the stunts.
Time would be how long the cheerleading routine would be.
deceleration- Deceleration would be the cheerleading routine slowing down most likely toward the end of the routine.
inertia- When the cheerleaders are standing there right before they do their routine.
friction- The friction on cheerleaders foot helps the cheerleader have support during her routine.
Potential and Kinetic Energy:
When the cheerleaders are standing there waiting to do their cheer they are potential, when they start doing their cheer its kinetic.
gravity- The gravity on the girl being flown in the air helps her fall down so the bases and backspot can catch the girl.
motion- In the cheerleading routine there are many different motions the girls have to do.
work- The work that is acted upon the routine is when the bases and backspot lifts the girl up to starter her on her stunting routine.
force- The force is the flyer's weight weighed upon the bases and backspot and frontspot.
mass- Mass would be the weight of the flyer.
balanced forces- An example of balanced forces would be when the stunt would be perfect, there wouldn't be any faults at all.
unbalanced forces-An example of unbalanced forces would be when the stunt goes wrong the flyer falls down and injures herself.
flyer- The person that is elevated into the air by the bases; the person that is on top of a pyramid/stunt.
base- This is the person/persons who remain in contact with the floor lifting the flyer into a stunt.