athletes. Yes, the movies are full of preppy girls and drama filled scenes, but after watching the movies you will also learn what truly goes into the sport. The amount of time, dedication, and hard work that goes into the routines is unfathomable. Cheerleading is not at all just about jumping around and carelessly screaming and shouting chants. Athletes must be in excellent physical shape, understand how to work perfectly in a team, and have the motivation to compete; therefore, cheerleaders are athletes
Cheerleading improves body image. With cheerleading there is so much you have to do like, working out, and trying to eat healthy. And in the “Kincade cheerleading program is there to help value self discipline, confidence, persistence, and teamwork.”(kincade) There are many different benefits to cheerleading but staying in shape and healthy is the big one. According to livestrong.org there are many phyiscal things that help you while being a cheerleader. “Many might argue that cheerleading is not
Do you ever wonder how cheerleading started? I know I have cheerleading was originated in the United States in the late 1700’s. Professional cheerleaders have high visibility at sporting events that are aired on national television. It began with football that started in the 1800’s. Each college’s clubs sat together at games and competed against one another for attention and support. Their songs and rhymes were yells and cheers. Boys were more interested in cheer than girls back then.
commonly asked question: if they believe that cheerleading should be classified as a sport or not. Since I was the only female working today, most of the male employees said that cheerleading is definitely not a sport since you have to do routines, wear makeup and tight revealing clothing, requires false smiles, awful facial expressions, and the definition of it is “a game of competition or an activity to participate in.” Some may argue that cheerleading should not and cannot be considered a sport
The aim of this paper is to discuss and elaborate on a significant ethical decision in my life that will enhance my understanding on the importance of ethics and how it is communicated. This essay will explain to the audience about the consequences of making that choice, what lesson was gained from my experience, and what was instilled in me from my family values. Ethical situations happen every day whether anyone is aware or not. The authors of the text state when ethical issues may arise in the
families and family structures are shown. The first family is a teenage boy, Matt, and his grandmother. The second family is two brothers living together, Tim and Billy Riggins. The next family is a higher class family who includes the high schools cheerleading captain, Lyla Garrity, her brother and parents. Although, all these “families” are portrayed differently, all three of them fit and show Benokraitis’ definition of family
hard way that no matter how much effort I put into the different aspects of my life, nothing could change what I was able to manage. Realizing I was not as brilliant as I could be when I spread myself so thin, I gained a better understanding of the importance of finding a balance in my life in order to live happily. Finding a healthy balance in my life was a crucial learning moment for me in order to fulfill my role as a teacher. From a very young age, I enjoyed playing school with my younger brother