Cheerleading Jump Drills
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with Britten Blackburn,
President/CEO at the Alabama Cheerleading Center and Head Coach of the Bama All Starz in Bessemer (AL);
former Auburn University cheerleader, Auburn University cheerleading coach, and a 9-year Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Head Instructor.
• Motion demonstrations and fun practice games/drills for young cheerleaders
• Jump instruction for the toe touch, herkie/side hurdler, front hurdler, and pike
• Introduction to basic standing & running tumbling, plus how to spot these skills for the novice coach and athlete!
Prepare young athletes for cheerleading success with this comprehensive coaching video! Britten Blackburn offers examples and explanations in the following topics ...
Motion Technique - 20 motions!
• Arm and fist placement
• Common mistakes to prevent
• Games/Drills to practice motion knowledge and sharpness
• Toe Touch, Herkie/Side Hurdler, Front Hurdler, & Pike
• Proper arm placement
• How to get power from legs
• Pointing toes
• Good posture/balance
• Drills to improve strength & flexibility
• Progressions: Forward Roll, Handstand, Back Bend/Walkover, Back Handspring
• Spotting techniques for new to experienced tumblers
• Connecting a Round Off & Back Handspring
• Proper spotting techniques
This video is intended for coaches working with youth squads or cheerleaders with little to no prior cheer experience. This is also a great tool for a coach that has a limited cheerleading and/or tumbling background themselves and needs more information on these components and how to teach them!
Eric Ortiz and Michaeleddie Rivera join Gabi Butler to share some tips on improving jumps and tucks.
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Learn more about the moves that make cheerleading routines so fun and exciting to watch. You’ll be introduced to different jumps, stunts, and kicks. The title features informative sidebars, a glossary, additional resources, and an index. SportsZone is an imprint of Abdo Publishing Company.
Every cheerleading routine requires a jump sequence and with our younger athletes we begin with basic jumps such as the T jump, the Tuck jump, and the Star/Spread Eagle. As the athletes get older they do many drills and exercises to gain the strength ...
“Without cheer there is no football.” Kyle Wilson, the commissioner of GSYFC said during the competition. Aniyah 8 (center) and her teammates on the Kent Cobras perform an X jump. In a display of team spirit and athleticism four teams competed in ...
Purpose: to define the extent of influence of exercises of cheerleading on physical development of students of teacher training college. Material: researches were conducted on the basis of training college of Kharkov humanitarian teacher training college.
Here are some toe touch drills and tips for perfecting your cheerleading toe touches, from initial stretching to tips for higher jumps.
Learn how to have great jumps in cheerleading ... Want to take your jumps to new heights? We have the recipe for success: two parts practice, four parts technique ...
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