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All-Star Cheerleading Routine : All-Star Cheerleading Routine: Low Clap

All-Star Cheerleading Routine : All-Star Cheerleading Routine: Low Clap


I’m here on three. I’m going to bend at my
waist and I’m going to going to close my hand into a clap. The difference between a clap
and a clasp is in a clap I’ve got my hands in blades; if I were going to be in a clasp
I would close my hands like this. I’ve just bent forward keeping a nice long back and
now I’m in a low clap and I’m looking down. I’m not looking at the audience because that
gives a different effect; I’m looking at the floor. You may also, if you can, tuck your
head in so it looks even cleaner and you can look through your legs to the background behind
you. I’m going to take you from your high V, that’s at three. I’m going to bend and
close my hands in a nice clap with my fingers in blade on four. I’ve got my head down, I’m
squeezing my ears. It’s the same as it would be if I was in a high clap, but I’m just leaning
forward. My hands are slightly in front of my feet and I’m in a nice tight clap. Again,
I’m here on three. I’ve gone from two, three, clap, four.

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