In the recreational classes, students are allowed to work at their own pace to acquire new skills for personal achievement or to prepare for competitive cheer. Within the recreational classes, we work on all the fundamentals of being a cheerleader which include:
Forward and backward rolls, splits, handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, back bend kick over, front walk over and an introduction to a back flip.
Learning the correct way to prepare and safely complete jumps such as tucks, stars, toe touches, side hurdlers, front hurdlers, pikes.
Involves forming a group of 3-5 team members. The group consists of the flyer, bases, back and front spotter. Our coaches’ primary focus in stunting is the safety of the team.
An important part of cheerleading, conditioning is designed to improve strength, aerobic fitness and flexibility to perform all that is required. Conditioning is built into all classes and age groups.
Tiny (Age 3 - 5) Mini (Age 8 & under) Junior (Age 9 - 12) Senior (Age 13 & over)