Are you a first time cheerleader? Then "Gimme an A" is a great cheer to start with. You can personalize this cheer by changing the letters to spell out the name of your favorite team. Follow along with this cheerleading how-to video to learn the "Gimme an A" cheer.
To do a back handspring, raise your hands over your head in a standing position. Then, stretch your arms out in front of your while lowering yourself, with knees bent, to a simulated sitting position. Use propulsion from your legs to jump into the back handspring. If you don't jump into the back handspring you may hit your head on the ground. Reach back as far as you can go, keep your body tight and keep your toes pointed. Keep your arms extended over your head and reach back to flip your bod...
An all time football favorite, this cheer will have the crowds spelling out the words right along with you. From your family room to the football field you can lift everyone's spirits with this cheer! Follow along with this cheerleading how-to video to learn the "Be Aggressive" cheer for football games.
Learn how to do cheerleading stunts and routines in this free video series from a national cheer leading champion.
Cheer stunting is the acrobatic part of a cheerleading performance, including preps, cradles, flies, and extensions. Learn cheer stunting positions from a professional cheer team in this free cheerleading video series.
In this video series, learn how to do various color guard moves. Brittany Davis illustrates some of the different techniques for you to practice. She shows you how to toss, spin, and flourish a color guard flag. Brittany also shows you how to do some techniques with a rifle. By learning these moves, you can begin creating your own color guard routine. So, what are you waiting for? Start learning about the exciting world of color guard today!
Join Matt Null (NCA/Millersville/Cheer Excel), Lindsey (Fire and Ice Allstars), Carly (Seton La Salle HS), Greg (Step 1 Allstars) and EJ (IUP) as you learn how to load, set and execute a sponge to prep (elevator) to sponge. Great tips for the beginning cheer leading coach or cheerleader!
Here is how our Content Producer Dreah made a Pompon out of trashbags. The results are amazing. Learn how to transform plastic trashbags into cheerleading pom-poms by watching this instructional video.
In this Sports video you will see how to perform a round-off and back handspring. This sweet little girl in this video demonstrates how to do round-off and back handspring. To do this, you got to learn the round-off and back handspring separately. Once you have perfected these two routines, then you can move on to combining both of them to do this full routine. After the short run-up, you need to rise and jump to complete the round-off and then you do the back handspring. After you complete t...
A-W-E-S-O-M-E, this cheer has certainly earned its name! Coach Lauren will break down the steps for this pep rally cheer, so you and your friends can get the party started! Follow along in this cheerleading how-to video to learn how to do the Awesome cheer.
Give a round of applause for Coach Lauren and the A-TV cheerleaders! Learn how to properly clap with your open palms and clasped hands. Follow along with this cheerleading how-to video to learn basic cheers and open and clasped hand clapping techniques.
One of the easiest jumps for beginning cheerleaders is the tuck jump. This video shows you how to do the tuck jump properly from start to finish. Do a tuck jump in cheerleading.
Join Matt Null (NCA/Millersville/Cheer Excel), Lindsey (Fire and Ice Allstars), Carly (Seton La Salle HS), Greg (Step 1 Allstars) and EJ (IUP) as you learn how to load, set and execute an extension with a cradle dismount. Great tips for the beginning cheer leading coach or cheerleader!
Learn how to do a toe touch and a Russian. This is great for cheerleading and dance teams.
Make sure you're warmed up and ready to go before you start working out doing cheers, this video shows some of those techniques.
Hoping to make the cheer squad this year? Gymnastics can be a huge plus on your scorecard, expecially back handsprings. In this tutorial, learn the basics and how to start practicing to do a back handspring. Before trying this it is important to stretch, and either get a spotter or put together a soft, padded enviornment to practice on. Begin by practice doing a "bridge" to warm up the arch in your back.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a back flip. Viewers will be learn how to flip backwards without using their hands. This is not a back handspring. Users will need to wear athletic clothes and use a mattress. Tie up your hair so it doesn't get in the way and don't wear any shoes. Users will need to be able to perform a back handspring before attempting this technique. This video is very descriptive and explains the technique well. This video will benefit those viewers who are i...
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Want to be a cheerleader? Learn how to do cheerleading moves and stunts in this free video series about doing handsprings, cartwheels, round offs, and more!
Incorporating a dance into your cheer will leave every fan begging for more. Learn a cheerleading dance combination in this video tutorial.
After you've mastered the basics of an extension, you can move on to the extended liberty cheerleading stunt. Join Matt Null (NCA/Cheer Excel/Millersville), Jhana, Dena, and Lauren (Fire and Ice Allstars), and Greg (Step 1 Allstars) as you learn step by step how to do an extended liberty.
Learn some great dance moves to spice up your routine when cheerleading
In this tutorial, we learn how to learn the "Fight Song" for cheerleading. Start off by trotting with your right leg first, then clapping for an 8-count. On 1 you will hit a high touch done. On two, you will make a t and on three you will look to the left. On four you will make a high beam, then on five you will step out, and on 6 you will do a high kick. For counts 7 and 8, you will stand ready. The rest of the turns involve spinning for eight counts, then you will yell "go big blue". When y...
This is a great instructional video on how to perform a scorpion. Performing this scorpion pose is very good for your health. This pose is a very important pose in the art of yoga. Similarly cheer leading and gymnastics people use this pose. Lift your left leg and hold it with your two hands for a few seconds. Now you have to lift your right leg and hold it with your two hands for about 20 seconds. This is a very effective pose in yoga.
Mastering your pike will add flare to any cheer. Learn how to do cheerleading pike jumps in this video tutorial.
A good all-star cheer sequence works well for cheerleading competitions that require a sharp motion segment. Learn an all-star cheerleading routine from a national champion cheerleader in this free video.
Pep rallies are great times to try new choreography with cheerleaders or dance squads before competitions. Watch a full demo of a great pep rally spirit dance and learn all the steps in this free cheerleading and dancing video.
Are you on the road to becoming a cheerleader? Gymnastics are a huge plus when it comes to making a cheer squad. In this video, learn how to do a back handspring with Viktorija Grauding, coach of SCZ Cheerleaders and Brighton and Sussex Waves.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a back handspring. This is for those who are advanced in gymnastics. Begin by standing straight. You feet should be together and your arms are raised straight up. Then crouch down and bring your arms back. Swing your arms up and perform the flip. Split you legs into the jump and step back. This video provides a visual demonstration and step-by-step instructions for viewers to easily understand and follow along. This video will benefit those view...
Cheering is all about the right moves. Cheer along with Coach Lauren as she shows you the basic hand motions used in almost any cheer! Follow along in this cheerleading how-to video and learn how to do blades and fists hand formations.
Learn all about training and preparing for cheerleading competitions with expert preparation tips from a cheerleader in this free video series on advanced cheerleading stunts. Do basic to advanced cheerleading stunts - Part 1 of 15.
Join Matt Null (NCA/Millersville/Cheer Excel), Jhana, Dena, and Lauren (Fire and Ice Allstars), and Greg (Step 1 Allstars) as you learn how to load, set and execute a prep (or elevator) and dismount in a hug wrap. Great tips for the beginning cheer leading coach or cheerleader!
Wanna show your team spirit and WOW the crowd? Try doing stunts in your next cheerleading routine! A popular intermediate stunt in multiple-base stunting is the thigh stand! See how to do it in this video. Do a thigh stand stunt in cheerleading.
The Science Cheerleaders are a group of current and former NBA and NFL cheerleaders, all of whom also happen to be accomplished scientists, engineers and doctors.
Get ready for this exciting pep rally dance that will get the crowd on their feet in no time. Watch this cheerleading how-to video as Coach Lauren teaches you the fancy channtilly lace footwork that will make you the star of your squad.
Wish you could flip in order to spice up that cheer you've been working on? Learn how to do both a front and back hand spring in this video tutorial.
Watch this video to learn how to do an interesting cheerleading chants and cheers. This is a detailed instructional video to teach you how to do a routine.
Learn how to do a back handspring.
In this instructional video series, expert Suzanne Von Schaack will show you all the basics and some advanced techniques of baton twirling. She covers figures eights, horizontal and reverse figure eights, throwing the baton in the air, passing hand to hand, cradling, and setting up your routine. Suzanne also offers tips on creating combinations and more advanced routines as well.
In this video series, let Nicole Gardner show you some beginning cheerleading moves. As captain of her cheerleading team, she knows how to teach new cheerleaders. Nicole discusses safety issues for cheerleading. She also offers a routine of basic cheerleading stretches. Learn how to do basic arm motions and angles in the sport, and learn basic kicks and jumps. Nicole also coaches you through various offense, defense, and “g-o” chants. She even gives advice for about cheerleader uniforms and t...