What do cheerleaders do to get the crowd going?

What do cheerleaders do to get the crowd going?

© Copyright 2010CheerStunts.org 2 CHEERLEADER CHEERS CHANTS AND YELLS If there is one thing that cheerleaders can never get enough of it is hot new cheers and chants to get the crowd going in support of their team. Cheerleaders are an important part of any sporting event.

What does it mean to give someone a shout out?

A simple gesture can brighten up someone’s day. Giving a shout out is a great way to recognize your peers for their work, talent, and living our institutional values, and to contribute to a culture of appreciation, community, and kindness. Shout-outs will be updated regularly as they come in. Send in your own shout-out!

What are some of the cheerleaders favorite chants?

If you have a favorite cheer you haven’t seen listed, send it in. We’re turning up the heat. Can’t be beat! We’ve got that spirit. So, whoo, let’s hear it. Shout, shout, shout Wildcats! Green, black and white. Yeah, right! (team spirit). Let’s put some spirit in it! of becoming the best. We’re on a victory quest. We’ve got pride and spirit.

Is there such a thing as too many cheers?

You can never have too many cheers in your cheer arsenal. Sometimes you need a special cheer to motivate the fans, other times you need to find a way to boost your team when they’re falling behind in the game. Even when everything seems to be going perfectly, the right cheer can make things even better.

What kind of stunts do cheerleaders do?

Cheerleading stunts are when cheerleaders build pyramids with the flyers on top of the bases and spotters. Stunts range from basic two-legged stunts to high-flying basket tosses. The kind of stunts performed by cheerleaders varies between All-Star teams and school cheerleading squads.

Are there any high school or college cheerleading teams?

While high school cheerleading can have teams with high caliber stunts, collegiate cheerleading tends to focus on the pyramid aspect of stunting. Having two flyers on top of two bases is very common in college cheerleading.

Where does the spotter stand in a cheerleading routine?

Spotter involvement can range from nearly constantly holding the stunt, such as a back spot, to standing at the back of a cheerleading routine should an incident occur.