Hey there fellow blog readers! So I’ve been super busy with the past couple of weeks because our first competition is we on 12/9-12/10. It was my last first competition.
For the past 13 years I have been a competitive cheerleader for the Atlanta Jayhawks, Stingray Allstars, and Pro Cheer Allstars. However, I decided to end with Pro Cheer medium coed.
We were super prepared even though we didn’t get the result we wanted; however, we did get a worlds bid. We were not expecting to get a worlds bid due to our performance, but we did it.
Hey there, blog readers! I’m officially beginning to post consistently again and today’s I have decided to post about cheerleading (who would’ve guessed?). So if you are a competitive cheerleader who is traveling this year, feel free to check out my newest freebie for all of my readers to access. And the best part about it….
Hey there! So many of you may know that as a cheerleader we suffer many injuries. Competitive cheerleading may be one of the most dangerous sports ever. In my cheerleading career I have suffered too many injuries and I am currently struggling with one now.
When I was younger, I had never suffered a sever injury besides a rolled ankle or something similar. However, when my 7th grade year rolled around, I started to dislocate my kneecaps, tear rotator cuffs, sprain my ankles, and worst of all concussions.
Hey subscribers and followers! So today I have chosen a topic that is personal to me, but popular for many others. As a competitive cheerleader, everyone knows that it all comes to an end one day. As my 13th year of allstar cheerleading begins, it begins to make me think.
All I have ever known was competitive cheerleading, it was my home when I was away from home, and all my friends revolved around the cheer world.