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arm strength and upper body for cheerleading

arm strength and upper body for cheerleading


McQueen: Just do some presses. You can do
them with your palms straight out, palms like this or you can do them just like that. You
can go out to the side. You can crossover. We got a lot to do to get this kid back in
shape, but that’s okay. You know what when you’re working out let’s laugh about it, let’s
have some fun. Now let’s put it at our feet. Get it out there a little bit. Simulate rowing.
Just like this. Bringing it up. You can do it one at a time. Just like that. You can
come out like this, work that lower back. Slow down.
Now you can curl, two more curls. Go like that. You can cross it over. That’s working.
You feel that in the chest? Megan: I feel it everywhere even my butt.
McQueen: Okay. There’s all sorts of exercises. I believe and I’ve counted in variations up
to 72 ways you can use this. What we’re trying to do is tone and firm and strengthen the
upper body. As you can see with most people, and a lot of females, is a lot of times their
legs are stronger and their upper body is a lot weaker. Next time what we want is for
Megan to be able to hit that guy and to really apply some impact to him. It appears to me
that the freshman is done. We’ll wait. What Megan is going to do is she’s going to
start using the low body bands and the upper body bands every day for just a few minutes
at school, five or ten minutes. We’re going to come back in a couple weeks and see how
she does.

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