How To: Learn color guard moves and techniques

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!

How To: Practice the Be Aggressive football cheer

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.

How To: Easily do a back handspring

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...

How To: Perform a round-off/back handspring

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...

How To: Learn the "Fight Song" for 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...

How To: Perform a scorpion

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.

How To: Perform a back handspring easily

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.

How To: Perform a back flip without using your hands

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...

How To: Perform a front handspring

In this video you will learn how to do a front handspring. To do that just follow these easy and quick steps and instructions: The first thing that you need to do is to stretch your body so that you won't get injured or hurt. The next step is to perform a handstand and a handstand bridge. Now repeat the handstand bridge but only this time with your legs apart. Now take a step before the handstand and then perform the bridge and land with your feet together. Now repeat this step and recover fr...

How To: Do an easy back handspring

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...

How To: Do a back handspring easily

In this video from ravenranda25 she shows how to do a back handspring. She shows a five step process, building a new element each time. First do a simple back bend. Second do a back bend with a kick over. Third, do a back bend with walkover. Fourth, do the back bend but keep your legs and feet together as you bring them over. Once you've mastered all of these elements you are ready for step five which is the complete back handspring. If you're a child, please make sure to get a parent to supe...

How To: Do a back handspring for advanced people

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...

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