Competiton classes are structured around learning the basics of cheer with stunts, tumble, jumps, dance an d competing to have fun. Home There is no information to display at this time. The idea of Novice Cheer is for the athletes to perfect the very basic skills on the competition floor before attempting harder skills. Cheer Level 1 Novice team athletes are strictly not permitted to compete in any other cheer team Level 2 or above.
One of the best things about cheerleading — aside from everything — is that you can join the sport at any age! This precious age is all about discovery! Cheer Sport Sharks offer a gentle introduction to the very roots of cheerleading in a stress-free, structure-free drop-in program. Guardians should expect to have fun their little ones while exploring movement and socialization, which are two of our favourite parts of cheer! These tiny new athletes spend their time on the blue mat learning how their bodies can bend, jump, roll, balance, and dance in a joyful atmosphere.
They'll defy every expectation you have about what it means to be a cheerleader. If you've been sucked into the flying-human vortex of Netflix's Cheer docuseries, you've likely come to realize that modern-day cheerleading is a serious albeit somewhat crazy sport. For the uninitiated, watch ASAP; this real-life documentary-style series is far from the cool-girl stereotypes and curated-drama reality shows you may associate with the sport.
What happens to cheerleaders when they grow up and find themselves pining for the fun of—or at least the bodies sculpted by—flipping across a mat, tossing one another into the air, or piling into a human pyramid? Flying in the air as an adult is definitely scarier. But once you stick a stunt, the feeling is as radiant as it always was.