Stunting, jumping, and tumbling, oh my! MGA Cheer Extreme is Tifton, GA’s cheer gym of choice when it comes to learning from the best. Our children are taught the ins and outs of this sport in a way that encourages muscle development, interpersonal skills, and respect. We instill our tenets of good habits and positivity into our athletes, and we welcome anyone who wants to learn something new. If you are ready to join a cheer team, learn more about competition cheerleading, and find your new cheer family, we are the gym to call. We can’t wait to give you a tour of our facility!

  1. Putting on a Show: Performance in All-Star Cheer

    We see hundreds of talented athletes each and every week working hard. From coming in four days a week to work on their skills, to asking what they can do at home to get better, MGA Cheer Extreme is FILLED with dedicated cheerleaders who are ready to do what it takes to better their team. We love it, and we feel so happy to have these athletes at our gym.  However, anyone who knows anything about…Read More

  2. Balancing Competitive Cheerleading and School

    When it comes to your child’s education and their extracurriculars, there is no doubt about it — school comes first. However, our kids don’t always see it that way. While there are so many educational and life-long benefits that come from cheerleading, neither you nor the coaches want your child’s grades to suffer because they aren’t prioritizing their work. Today, we are going to discus…Read More

  3. How to Get Ready for Cheer Tryouts

    Welcome to MGA Cheer Extreme! Whether you’ve been with us for many seasons or this will be your first, we want to welcome you to the family. No matter what your previous cheerleading experience consisted of, we are confident that we’ll find the perfect place for you to grow during this next season. Today, we are here to share a few tips and strategies to keep in mind when you get ready for try…Read More

  4. Conquer Cheer Burnout With These Tips

    We hear the situation all the time — an athlete who was once madly in love with the sport is now done. They don’t have the drive to practice, and the idea of coming back to the gym yet again is pulling them down. Even if you’ve never been exhausted to the point of hating something you once loved, chances are you know plenty of people who have. Today, we’re going to tackle how to conquer ch…Read More

  5. Middle School Training Camp Conditioning

    When it comes to preparing for cheerleading tryouts there are 5 key areas cheerleaders should focus on.  Just like a puzzle, when cheerleaders fail to focus on all the pieces of the puzzle they often get an incomplete picture; or worse, end up getting injured.   The five key areas your athlete should focus on are: jumps, motion technique, stunts, tumbling, and the most important part of the puz…Read More

  6. All-Star Cheerleading Sportsmanship

    Competition season is upon us, which means our athletes have been working harder than ever to prepare for the next competition. From throwing harder stunts to cleaning up transitions and strengthening tumbling, we’re doing it all! While we talk about good sportsmanship in the gym, it’s something we feel strongly about — even when it comes to kids who aren’t in our cheerleading program. Tod…Read More

  7. Staying Competition-Ready During the Holidays

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No matter what holiday you may celebrate, winter is time for family and time off from school — and no cheer practice! While you may be enjoying your extra hours of sleep and extra helpings of dessert, you might be a little worried about your cheerleading team. After all, what is everyone doing to stay in top shape during the break? While you aren’t r…Read More

  8. Overcoming a Cheerleading Mental Block

    Many athletes of all ages develop a mental block at one point or another. Their coach will be standing behind them with an arm outstretched to spot, the athlete executes the skill perfectly without being touched, but for whatever reason — they can’t do it by themselves. They stop, stutter, and become flustered at the idea of throwing it alone. A mental block is when an athlete is perfectly cap…Read More

  9. Why Should I Become a Cheerleader?

    You’ve watched athletes do crazy flips, twists, and acrobatics across the floor. You’ve watched in awe as their toes fly to the sky in their jumps. Maybe you’ve even gasped as a group of them tosses an athlete in the air and they spin down back into their bases’ arms. At some point during all of this, you’ve thought to yourself, “I want to learn how to do that.” At MGA Cheer Extreme,…Read More