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 take my high V and
I’m going to rotate my shoulders downward and turn it into a low V. I’ve got my arms
here in high V. In the same position, I’m just going to rotate my shoulders. My arms
are still nice and straight. They’re still in front of me. I can see them in my peripheral
vision. This is a low V. If I want to check arm placement here, I do the same thing, but
instead of putting on my forehead, I put it on my stomach. Extend it back out, and I know
that I’m in the right place. Again, you can do a right low V, break that, and bring it
down if the piece calls for it. You can also do a left low V, break it, and bring it down.
That’s a broken left low V and that’s a left low V. Again, these all come from the low
V, which is just the high V in reverse. This is the low V.