HALF YEAR CHEER TEAM

 

 

Half Year Team Registration begins September 1st

Practices will start the week of October 1st 

Click HERE for All Star Team Registration 

Season runs from October through April for ages 7-18 years old (Boys and girls)
All participants are placed on a team

Introduction to All Star competitive cheerleading
Practice once a week 
3 Competitions attended will take place in Northern California

Whats in it for me? - Positive Life Benefits to All Star Cheer

Mentally Stimulating

Increased personal confidence through competitions and performances
Cognitive development memory of intricate routines and transitions
Responsibility & Reliability: Making a commitment to a team and upholding your part, time management
Strengthen Social Skills: forming friendships, building bonds

Physically Demanding

Promotes active lifestyle: Teams practices once a week + other optional training hours
Balance & Coordination: through tumbling, jumps, and dancing
Muscle Strength: through stunting, core building, and conditioning
Autonomy & Mastery: through repetition and skill development

 

 

2014-15 Senior Half Year Ages 10-18

2014-15 Youth Half Year Ages 5-11

 

       Level 1.1

Tumbling - Each student must have a cartwheel, round off and forward roll
Jumps - Each student must demonstrate two different jumps

        Level 2.2

Tumbling - Each student must have a standing back handspring and round off back handspring.
Jumps - Each student must demonstrate 2 different jumps. (pointed toes, landing with feet together is encouraged)
Stunts - Each student must demonstrate level 2 stunts ( examples: prep level liberty variations, double based extension)
Motions/Dance - Each student must demonstrate an average understanding of motion technique (sharpness/arm placement)

Level 3.2

Tumbling - Each student must have a standing back handspring and round off back handspring.
Jumps - Each student must demonstrate 2 different jumps. (pointed toes, landing with feet together is encouraged)
Stunts - Each student must demonstrate level 3 stunts ( examples: extended liberty variations, double based extension full down)
Motions/Dance - Each student must demonstrate an average understanding of motion technique (sharpness/arm placement)

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