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Cheerleading is a sport
Transcript of Cheerleading is a sport
Athletic/Strength/Physically Active/Physical Exertion
Rules and Regulations
Cheerleading is a Sport
By: Alia Burton, Andy Nunez, Breanna Jones, and Lori Dickey
Skills and Strategies
- the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit.
- Sports require physical activity
- which involves propelling a mass through space/ overcoming the resistance of a mass.
150 minutes per week.
Improves Cheerleading skills.
Like the playoffs of any sport, except that it does not happen just once a season.
Performance must be less than 3 minutes
Extremely practiced until it is perfect enough to be broadcasted
-Involves propelling actual people through space during stunts.
-Cheerleaders must also learn to tumble, which definitely requires physical activity.
Rules and Regulations
3 Minutes and 15 seconds
Characteristics such as difficulty, technique, creativity and sharpness.
Winner determined depending more on aesthetics and how the routine is carried out.
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Bow & Arrow
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Sport: An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against or others for entertainment.
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Safety of Cheerleading
-One of the most dangerous sports.
- Cheerleading accounts for 2/3 of all catastrophoc injuries among female athletes.
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