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All Star Cheerleading

All Star cheerleading is no longer really cheerleading, its more a mix of tumbling and acro
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Lizeth Badillo

on 17 July 2013

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Tumbling
Level 1: Beginner
Front walkover
Back walkover
Cart wheel
Round off
handstands
Level 2:
Must have mastered every pass in level 1
Standing
Running
Back handspring
+ front walkovers and back walkovers are also widely used
Round off Back Handspring
+
Level 2 tumbling pass
Level 3: intermediate
standing
Running
back hand spring series
(multiple back handsprings in a row)
round off back hand spring series
+
+
punch fronts
level 3 tumbling pass
Back tuck
round off BHS tuck
Level 4
Whip arabian front punch to double punch double
layouts
all of Level 3 tumbling +
Level 4 over view
- full at the end
Level 5
Pike Front Tuck
the amount of videos are due to the lack of pictures available of such elite skills.
fulls and double fulls
Re cap
elite tumbling combos
early history time line
So.. What is All Star cheerleading?
All star cheer is no longer the type of cheerleading we are used to seeing on the side lines of various sports, it does not consist of mega phones or pom poms or cheering on other sports because it is its own sport and lives soley for the sake competition. A mix of elite tumbling, acro gymnastics, dance and jumps are what make up jam packed 2.30 minute competition routines that a team can perform at up to 10 different competitions in a single year. The more advanced your team is, the higher the division your team will be placed in ( level 1,2,3,4&5) with 5 being the senior elite.The more elite the team is, the harder the competition will be at local, regional, national and international championships.
Cheerleading was born as an all male sport in 1869 at a football play off game between Princeton University and Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey in Northeastern USA.
1869
1907
It was not until 1907 that woman joined cheerleading and began dominating it; this was due to the lack of males involved in organized sports because of WWI.
1960
NFL teams began to organize their own cheer squads
1980
During the 1980's squads not associated with a school or team and whose main objective was competition began to emerge
1986
The National Cheerleaders Association(NCA) was formed and gave the name of 'All-Stars' to teams lacking school sponsorships
2003
The US All Star Federation (USASF) was formed to act as a National governing body for All Star cheer; setting the standard set of rules and judging for competitions.
2004
The USASF hosted the first ever Cheerleading Worlds.
2013
10th annual cheerleading worlds
Stunting
Thigh stands
Level 4
Basic prep and cradle
Level 3: intermediate
Extension prep
&
basic basket toss
Level 1: beginner
Level 1
Level 2
Extended one leg stunt
Full down
&
Kick double full basket
&
Double down
Ball up 360 tick tock
&
Full ups
Level 5: Elite
+
Partner stunts
"The Dangers of Cheerleading." Www.connectwithkids.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 May 2013. <http://www.connectwithkids.com/tipsheet/2002/101_dec04/cheer.html>.
"History of Cheerleading." History of Cheerleading. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2013. <http://cheerunion.org/Content.aspx/History>.
"History of Cheerleading." Http://isport.com. N.p., n.d. Web. <http://cheerleading.isport.com/cheerleading-guides/history-of-cheerleading>.
Works cited
Unit 6: All Star Cheerleading
IB & STAAR
AOI
Health and Social
education
I chose the Area of Interaction health and social education because that is the area where cheerleading mainly affects us. Cheerleading is a part of our culture, it originated here in the US and is an all American pastime. Most of our favorite childhood memories took place at an athletic complex of our favorite team; the birth place of cheerleading
Unit Question
"What is the difference between school cheer and All Stars?"
The difference between school cheer and all star is that all star cheerleaders lack a sponsoring school or sports team and only perform at competitions and not athletic events. What they do have in common is that they are both supposed to represent and set a good example for other athletes; eventhough All Star cheerleaders represent their gym and college/high/middle school cheerleaders represent their school and team.
KIM Chart
Cheerleading worlds:
The USASF Cheerleading world championship is where All Star cheerleaders come from all over the globe to the Walt Disney world resort in Orldando, Florida to compete against international teams from 60 different countries. A cheerleader going to worlds is like a gymnast going to the olympics.
Tumbling:
the art of performing acrobatic flips
nfinities:
The official shoe of cheerleading, the most ligh weight and practical with the weight of 4.2 ounces.
Summative questions
1.How long do competition routines last:
A. 10 minutes at least
B. 2-2.30 minutes
C. As long as needed
2. At What level do you start doing back handsprings?
A. Level 1
B. Level 3
C. Level 2
3. Do All Star Cheerleaders cheer at basketball games?
A. Yes
B. Only if they like the team
C. No
Science in cheerleading
TEK 8.6 C-Newton’s Laws of motion 1

In cheerleading a body remains at rest or in motion with a constant velocity unless acted upon by an external force, thus covering Newton’s first law of motion. In a basket toss, a flyers base must exert immense force in order to throw her body in the air; the height she reaches depends on her weight and the force exerted by her bases. The flyer should fly to the air at a constant speed and direction until she crashes into the ceiling, causing her to fall back down; the reason why this does not happen is because of Gravity. The flyer will stay in the air until gravity pulls on her hard enough causing her to fall back down, the higher she goes the harder gravity pulls.

Sometimes a stunt group might find that their basket tosses don’t get much height due to an insufficient amount of force exerted on the flyer, making her unable to reach great height. The way to fix this problem is to have the back spot and perhaps front spot push up with the bases from under the basket. The force that the front and back spot contribute will allow the flyer to go higher than having just two people push her up.
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