1. It’s Not About the Winning, It’s About the Lesson

    Over the past 25 years, competitive cheerleading has changed and evolved.  25 years ago competitive cheerleading did not have levels, there was no such thing as mega gyms or D1 and D2, MGA was just 1 of about 5 or 6 cheer gyms in the state of Georgia, and to be honest, parents simply wanted to get their kids involved in a fun activity to keep their child busy.  Fast forward to today; cheerleadin…Read More

  2. 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