i believe that you would judge it with fairness of course, but also with kindness. don't ever laugh at the person you're judging.
To add to that point and get into the specifics of judging Cheerleading there are multiple categories. A routine can earn up to 15 points in the areas of jumps, stunts, tumbling, and overall. A team earns these points based on the execution and degree of difficulty. The categories continue and teams earn up to 5 points in other categories such as difficulty, choroeography and transitions. It is a complicated system but as time goes by and you compete or judge you become aware of the difference between exceptional routines and spectacular ones.
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u jugde by tightness in legs and arms. and in facials and ur timing and ur effort. trust me ive been in cheerleading for 6 yrs.
tigtnesss and if u keep ur eyes on the flyer
cheerleading competition is when all different cheerleading squades compete for a trophy.
NCAA Cheerleading Competition was created in 2004.
The Cheerleading Worlds
Probably being a coach for a team, or developing your own team. You could also be a judge at a cheerleading competition, but you would have to of been an exceptional cheerleader to do this. hope this helps :) xx
cheerleading la concurrence. I think.
The judge ruled that college competition cheerleading was not a NCAA sport because it didn't satisfy Title IX gerder equity requirements. It had nothing to do with All-Star or school cheerleaders, or anything to do with the skill it requires, just Title IX
Which competition are you talking about? There are many! ~EA
Though many don't consider it one, yes, cheerleading is a professional sport- NFL football teams have cheerleaders. Also, there are many levels of competition in cheerleading- there's a Worlds competition for all-star cheerleaders and a Nationals competition for highschool cheerleaders.
Competitive cheerleading started in 1978. ESPN broadcasted the first National High School Cheerleading Competition in 1983.
For school cheerleading, there is a whole squad just for competition. Competition Squad is more for tumbling, jumps, and stunts rather than actual cheers.
Yes...all-star cheerleading is competitive. It is actually known for how competitive it really is. However, recreation cheerleading or school cheerleading is not. That is more spirit than competition.
$1000-$10000 a lot. I know..
Both. Sideline cheerleading (the cheering you see at football and basketball games) is NOT a sport. It is a physical activity then. Competition cheerleading (strictly cheerleading competitions, self explanatory) is a sport in that setting.
Yes. There is competition, football, and basketball.~EA
All-Star cheerleading is competitive cheerleading. this means they perform and compete against other teams at a cheerleading competition' and Triple Threat All-Stars is the best all-star team
As of Wednesday July 21, 2010 a federal judge ruled that cheerleading is not an NCAA college sport
A judge recently ruled that cheerleading was not a sport. As a fellow cheerleader, I beg to differ. Cheerleading combines gymnastics, dancing, and even weight lifting.
There is no such thing as a bad prayer.
No, he would not! Which is why he would not be allowed to be an official judge on the competition.
go on Google and type in xtreme spirit and go on the website and they will have a link to competition pictures and that's where u view them
Competition cheerleading is much more extreme. The stunts are harder, and the tumbling is much more advanced. That is not to say that it is unbearably hard and impossible. It is a challenge. You may feel sore until you get used to the workout. But I highly recommend it, it is a great sport.
Competition cheerleading is fun. Running helps.... A LOT -if that's what you are asking (: - Also, I think a "healthy competition" is one where you better yourself or improve to try and win, but don't hate them.
In school cheerleading, an alternate performs at games, but in competition, will only perform if someone is sick
If your talking about cheerleaders cheering for games then yes there is but if you talking about competition then yes there are competitons in cheerleading.