Monthly Archive: October 2011

Oct 27

How To Stay Cheerful As The Temperature Drops!

Photo by Tigresblanco,

October is coming to a close, and it’s getting colder. Photo by Tigresblanco, Hey, I live in San Diego, and I’m taking the scarves out of storage! So, as the temps drop, and you still have to run around town in your cute little uniform, how do you stay warm enough to keep a …

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Oct 18

Photo of The Week! Oct 17, 2011

Albany Varsity Cheer at Breast Cancer Walk

I want to offer HUGE kudos to Albany High School’s Varsity Cheerleading Squad, out of Albany, New York. The squad recently participated in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Events like these are such an amazing way for your squad to bond, and to involve yourselves in philanthropic efforts both in …

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Oct 08

Video of the Week! Oct. 03, 2011

Congratulations to the Cosumnes Oaks High School Wolfpack cheerleaders, from Elk Grove, CA, on an awesome performance at their school’s very first homecoming! Their halftime routine, a Tribute to Michael Jackson, starts at 57 seconds in, and I was smiling all the way through! The music and the routine are great crowd pleasers, and the squad puts on a …

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Oct 06

Fortify Your Wings – Strength Building For Flyers

Photo by Michi Moore Images

  You’re a flyer, so all you have to do is be little, and put your foot behind your head, right? Well, both of those things might help, I guess, but after more than 7 years of flying, and coaching flyers I can tell you, no, that’s not quite the whole shebang. In as much …

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Oct 03

The “Tiny Flyer” Myth

I recently read an article entitled “Too Big To Fly”, on the blog Cheerleading Daily. It’s a great blog, with some really thought provoking opinion pieces, and this particular one, I completely agreed with. The post describes the author’s experience at a competition, and seeing an all-girl team where virtually all the girls were just …

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