Cheerleading is an Art, not a Science. As an art cheerleading is an expression of energy and creativity through a combination of stunts, tumbling, pyramids, dancing, and baskets, set to music. Some prefer artistic expressions through paintings over sculptures, music to poerty, and photography over theatre or cinema, just as in cheerleading some prefer College… Continue reading Cheerleading is Art and Art is Beautiful
Are there too many options (levels and/or divisions) in AllStar Cheerleading? According to the USASF (USASF Divisions 2006-07), a senior aged AllStar female can compete in the following divisions. (This list doesn’t include the “Open”, “International Open”, or the generic “Senior” and “Senior Coed” divisions): Small Senior Level 1 Small Senior Level 2 Small Senior… Continue reading Divide & Conquer
Last weekend at Jamfest Cheer Super Nationals (January 19-21), there were multiple allegations of teams cheating by using over aged athletes. So far at least some of the allegations appear to be true. Midwest Cheer Elite, after initially being awarded a 3rd place trophy, is now listed as finishing in last (7th) place without a… Continue reading If You Ain’t Cheatin’, You Ain’t Tryin’
Here is a quick recap of Division 1A at UCA College Nationals in order of appearance. This was written based on watching it live. I have yet to go back and watch any of the routines on tape. Memphis – Memphis hit a solid routine, but lacked difficulty. It was a very good way to… Continue reading UCA College Nationals Division 1A Recap
The Spirit Post is now live. We’ll be commenting on trends, likes, dislikes, teams, programs, competitions, and news from the cheerleading world. As we progress through the next year or so we will give more information about what Spirit Post is all about.