The Standard-Examiner published WSU Cheerleading Brothers Also MMA Fighters, regarding the Moroney brothers from Weber State University.
“I had no idea of the kind athleticism it takes,” said Don. “I saw them in high school, but I didn’t know the potential, how hard it was, and how much of an athlete you have to be. Learning all of that in one year of cheer was intense.”
The JAG Gym Blog published 15 Tips to Eliminate Parent Complaints Forever, providing ways to minimize friction.
Ok, it maybe Pollyannaish to think that complaints can be eliminated forever, but follow these 15 tips and they certainly will be reduced!
The NCATA website posted NCATA Welcomes Glenville State College, welcoming the West Virginia school.
Glenville State College President Peter B. Barr, Athletics Director Janet K. Bailey and National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association (NCATA) President Dr. Renee Baumgartner have announced the addition of Acrobatics & Tumbling as the College’s 13th varsity sport. In addition, Amber King has been named the program’s first head coach, announced by Glenville State Athletic Director Janet Bailey on Tuesday, Oct. 14.
Entrepreneur published Can Your Business Live Without You?, discussing your business running without you, short term and long term.
Can you take a vacation without a laptop or tablet? If you answered no to this question then you might be facing one or two of the following scenarios:
John Greathouse published Dynamic Duos – Are You Batman Or Robin?, discussing the importance of having a partner, and the right partner, when starting a business.
Balance is one of the most important aspects of skiing. A solid foundation formed by two strong legs is key, especially at a competitive level. Balance is also an extremely important factor among a founding startup team.
Mic published 6 Reasons Why Cheerleading Is a Real Sport, giving reasons for those not in agreement to reconsider.
Somehow we’re still talking about whether cheerleading is a sport or not. Many don’t seem convinced yet, including one federal appeals court which ruled in 2012 that colleges can’t claim that cheerleading fulfills Title IX requirements. From bros to the bench, there are more than enough skeptics, but 400,000 high school cheerleaders and counting would be happy to prove them wrong.
Examiner published Statistics Show Cheerleading Most Dangerous Female Sport, citing research from the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research from 1982 to 2010.
If you have a daughter that is interested in cheerleading, check out the program. Ask if the coach is trained, if there are trained medical trainers available during practices in case an injury does occur and take a look at the area your daughter will be practicing in. Make sure that the coach is qualified to be training the types of gymnastic moves that are now routinely used and that there is some sort of qualification system in place where cheerleaders must prove proficiency in one stunt before moving on to something more complicated. Making sure that the environment your daughter will be cheering in is safe will help to reduce the possibility of serious injury.