wsache3r, Author at WSA

What if There is No One Against Us at Nationals?

wsache3r on 10 Sep, 2018

You’ve signed up for the nearest national cheerleading competition, your team is packed and ready to go, and everyone is ready to earn that championship trophy — or even jacket! However, there’s a rumor floating around that your team isn’t against anyone. What does that mean for your team? Is this competition a waste of

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The Secret to an Amazing Cheer Routine

wsache3r on 28 Aug, 2018

Choreography season is well underway, and just about every team has at least the overall structure of their routine set up. However, when it comes down to it, how strong is your routine? Is it about difficult stunts, specialty tumbling passes, insane visuals? Well, yes — but there’s a small trick to use in your

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Understanding Worlds and Summit Bids

wsache3r on 05 Aug, 2018

It’s still early in the season, but teams all over the world are working on perfecting their choreography and raising their difficulty scores so they can have the best shot at receiving a Cheerleading Worlds or Summit bid. However, many athletes and parents new to the cheerleading scene may not know exactly what these bids

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Shape Up Your Scorpion with These Stretches

wsache3r on 23 Jul, 2018

A scorpion is one of the most essential, yet most impressive skills a cheerleader can perform. If you’re like most athletes, you can remember the first time you saw a flyer pull such an impressive feat in the air! Whether you’ve been cheering for years and you’ve decided it’s time to master your scorpion, or you’re

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Selecting Your Cheer Competition Schedule

wsache3r on 11 Jul, 2018

Cheer practices have already begun, and it’s about time to share the competition schedule for the next season with all the parents and athletes (if you haven’t yet already done so). However, for those of you out there who may be new gym owners or looking to compete your teams nationally for the first time,

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Elite or Prep All Star Cheer: What’s the Difference?

wsache3r on 22 Jun, 2018

If you’re new to the all star cheerleading world, allow us to the first ones to say, “Welcome!” We understand that entering a new sport can be challenging, but you are going to do amazing things with your team. One of the top questions we hear floating around competitions is “What’s the difference between prep

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Getting Over a Tumbling Mental Block

wsache3r on 06 Jun, 2018

The new cheer season has officially begun, and many athletes all over the country are perfecting their skills with their teammates. While you may be able to fly through your tumbling pass with no issues, that isn’t the case for everyone. Sometimes, even when doing a tumbling pass we’ve done fifty times before, our bodies

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Hot Choreography Trends to Use This Season

wsache3r on 22 May, 2018

The Cheerleading Worlds has come to a close, and gyms all over the country are gearing up to kick some serious bow next season! Gym owners, coaches, and choreographers are all joining forces to set their teams up for success. As the years go by, it seems as though there is some sort of stunt

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Making a Different Level Than You Expected

wsache3r on 08 May, 2018

You signed all the registration forms for your gym, you rocked your tryout, and you finally landed that tumbling pass you’ve been agonizing over for weeks —- hurray! However, what happens when all that hard work doesn’t pay off quite the way you wanted it to? All-star cheerleaders go through rigorous tryouts to be placed

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Top Way to Reduce Soreness after Cheerleading Practice

wsache3r on 06 May, 2018

Any athlete can tell you that practice is tough, and they probably feel pretty sore the next day. The problem for most all-star cheerleaders is that they don’t usually have time to let their muscles get rid of the soreness on their own before they have to head back to practice. Most cheerleaders train anywhere

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