Cheerleading

Knowing the dangers and how to prevent them

Hardwork, endurance and injuries

Cheerleading hasn't been considered a sport because it doesn’t show up in NCAA, meaning that cheerleading doesn’t need medical care when needed, qualified coaches, and a well maintained practice facility. Which in fact they need all of those. Stunting counts for 42- 60 percent of cheerleading accidents. Cheerleading is one of the higher risked sports that have direct catastrophic injuries causing permanent brain injuries.
  • One of my sources explains that cheerleading is not so much just cheering on a team from the sidelines anymore it has developed into a more competitive activity.

Prevention

  • Spotting and Safety
  • Accidental injuries
    1. how to build a safe stunt

You should know this because...

  • The reason why...
  • Parents and people should know the real dangers
  • 2009
Cheer Athletics - Wildcats [2015 International Open Coed 5 Finals]
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Cheer Athletics - Cheetahs [2015 Senior Large Coed Semis]
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Best Funny Cheerleading & Tumbling Fails

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