Author: AC Mag

College Cheerleading Q&A Presented by Captain U

Thinking about cheering in college? Check out some frequently asked college cheer questions answered by our panel of experts presented by Captain U! Meet the Panel Tucker Hunter: 3x NCA Nationals Champion, 5x US National Team Member, Former cheerleader at Oklahoma State University Leroy McCullough: Former Head Coach of 4x NCA College National Champions – Oklahoma State University, Former Assistant Coach at the University of Louisville, Former cheerleader at the University of South Carolina & the University of Louisville,  US National Team coaching staff. Director of NCA Speed Camps & College Programs Kelsey Werling: 3x UCA College Nationals Champion, Former Indiana ... Read more

Sideline Step by Step: Fight to Win, Score Once Again

Yell: Fight to win, score once again Start with your hands on your hips [fusion_builder_next_page] Pause (Bend your legs and clasp) [fusion_builder_next_page] Yell: Fight (Jump your feet out and hit a right L) [fusion_builder_next_page] Yell: To (Shift right arm to a dagger and left arm to a low V) [fusion_builder_next_page] Yell: Win (Right punch) [fusion_builder_next_page] Pause (Clasp) [fusion_builder_next_page] Yell: Score (Broken T) [fusion_builder_next_page] Yell: Score (Broken T) [fusion_builder_next_page] Yell: Once (Cross your arms in front of you) [fusion_builder_next_page] Yell: Again (High V) [fusion_builder_next_page] Pause (Clasp) Start over!

All About Arms

From hitting sharp motions to holding up stunts, a strong upper body is crucial for cheerleaders. While many upper body moves require dumbbells or equipment, all you really need for an effective workout is your own body weight. Perform the following exercises back-to-back. Rest for 90 seconds and repeat. Complete the circuit three times through. InchwormsStart standing with feet hip-width apart. Hinge forward at the hips, placing your palms flat on the ground. Walk your hands forward until you come to a plank position with your shoulders directly over your wrists. Walk your hands back to your feet and stand. ... Read more