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Basic Moves for Cheerleading Routines : How to Do the Low Clasp in Cheerleading

Basic Moves for Cheerleading Routines : How to Do the Low Clasp in Cheerleading


Hi! I’m Mandy Butler on behalf of Expert Village
and I’m going to talk to you today about cheerleading motions. Now I’m going to show you the low
clasp. If I’ve got a high clasp, just as I’ve showed you a minute ago, and I rotate my shoulders
forward, I’ve got a low clasp. If I turn to the side, again, you’re going to be able to
see that my hands are not up against my body. They’re right in front. I’m squeezing my arms
together. They’re not bend. My arms are nice and straight in a low clasp. If I have my
arms up in a regular clasp and bring them down, that becomes a low clasp. You’re going
to see this in a lot of cheers, a lot of chants. This a low clasp. If I bring it up, I’ve got
a high clasp. Bring it to the middle. That’s just a clasp. Bring it down and it’s just
a low clasp. If I were to straighten my finger, that would be a low clap. Remember the difference
between a clap and a clasp is the way I have my fingers and my hands cupped together. This
is a low clasp.

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