Give Me Motions to Cheers

Just Give Me Motions to Cheers!

"We're going to begin in resting, move to a basic "T", and then a check mark." If that sounded like a foreign language, you need to study basic arm motions. Cheerleading has its own language, and everyone needs to learn to speak it because it streamlines practice and helps prevent collisions and injuries. Use this Give Me Motions to Cheers slideshow to learn or review basic moves. We begin with proper resting position.

Basic clap

Low touchdown

Broken T

T position

Tabletop

Checkmark

Blades

Touchdown

Hips

High V

Now that you've got the moves, check out Cheer Camp Wear to be prepared to work on your timing, cheers, and spirit.

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Give Me Motions to Cheers