Hi, I’m Lucy Spain here to show you how to
perform popular cheerleading chants. Now, contrary to popular belief, a chant is actually
different from a cheer. A chant is going to consist of one line of words and you’re going
to repeat that line of words along with motions three times. Now, these words can be something
that your squad makes up or they can be from common cheers passed on from years before.
The one we’re going to learn today is going to be called G, O. Now first you’re going
to start out by teaching your squad the words. The words to this chant are, “G, O, go, go,
go team, go. G, O, go, go, go team, go.” Like I said before, you’re going to repeat three
times. Second, you’re going to want to teach your team the motions. The motions to this
cheer are G, O, go, go, go team, go. One more time. G, O, go, go, go team, go. Now you’ve
got the motions and the words down, you can go ahead and put them together and perform
the chant three times too. Usually the captain of the squad or whoever taught the squad will
call the chant by simply saying it one time. G, O, go, go, go team, go. G, O, go, go, go
team, go. G, O, go, go, go team, go. G, O, go, go, go team, go. Let’s go team. Here we
go. Always remember to show spirit after all of your chants. And that is how you teach
and learn a popular cheerleading chant.