What is a sideline cheer?
A cute sideline cheer is called : B-E-A-T * means clap
-someone calls it saying - come on --- beat the -----
- then the whole team claps three times * * *
- everyone yells B*E*A-T come on ---- beat the ----- * * *(this is said three times for the whole cheer.)
- while saying B the team steps to the right while their hands are in a low V motion in blades. ( as if they are about to clap)
- on the pause between B and E they will step together and clap their hands once
- on E they will step to the left and do the same as on B
- on the next pause they will step together again and clap just as the last pause.
- on A they will make and A over their heads with straight arms with their hands in a clasp.
- on T they will put their arms in a T motion with their hands in fists.
- then on COME ON they will have their left arm on their hip and their right in a half low V motion and they will move their hips once to the right
- on ------- (their mascot) they will bend their arm to a diagnol towards their chest and stand straight up again.
- then they will do the same thing as COME ON for BEAT THE .
- lastly they will stand straight up again and hit a high V motion .
** THEY REPEAT THESE MOTIONS THREE TIMES, AFTER EVERY TIME THEY ALSO CLAP THREE TIMES ON THAT PAUSE AND ON THE LAST TIME THEY STOP AND HOLD THEIR HIGH V MOTION FOR 3 SECONDS THEN SPIRIT**
It depends on what type of cheer you're talking about. Sideline cheer (cheering for football or basketball) is not. There are no competitions in sideline. Compeditive cheer however, is. In competitive, the squad travels to different schools to get judged and scored. It is a very difficult sport to learn because of all the different elements such as jumps, skills (gymnastics) and stunts.
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today cheerleading is alot more competive then it used to be. there still is sideline cheerleading for football and basketball but there are also competions where teams put together a two and a half minute routien and compete againist each other with a pannel of judges. the routien includes stunts tumbling dance jumps and a team cheer.
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You learn sideline routines, cheers for basketball, football, and anytime plays. You get private coached on routines, camp dances, etc. that you learned as well as stunts (if you're a building team). Its a great time to bond with your other team mates and possess leadership qualities along the way. They also go over the basics for motions and jumps.
Cheer is a noun or a verb. Example uses: As a noun: A cheer rose from the crowd when ball flew out to the park. These flowers should bring some cheer to my aunt. As a verb: Cheer up, we're almost there. Your calls always cheer me no matter what kind of day it's been. Adverb forms of cheer are cheerfully or cheerily. Adjective forms of cheer are cheerful or cheering.
Michele Tafoya has: Played Herself - Sideline Reporter in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Herself - Sideline Reporter in "1996 Army-Navy Game" in 1996. Played herself in "The View" in 1997. Played Herself - Sideline Reporter in "1997 Army-Navy Game" in 1997. Played Herself - Sideline Reporter in "1999 Army-Navy Game" in 1999. Played Herself - Sideline Reporter in "2001 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl" in 2001. Played herself in "Rome Is Burning" in 2003…