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HOW TO DO A FRONT WALKOVER FOR CHEERLEADING πŸ’— JUSTICE

HOW TO DO A FRONT WALKOVER FOR CHEERLEADING πŸ’— JUSTICE


Hi, it’s Girl with Heart Tinsley, and today I want to talk to you about my favorite thing, cheerleading. I started cheerleading
when I was four years old, and the reason I still stick to it is because I love it with all my heart, I learn so many new skills,
and I’m always with my friends, and that just makes me happy. I do both sideline cheer
and competition cheer. The difference between both of
them is that sideline cheer, I’m at football games. And at competition cheer, I
go against other cheer squads. Cheer has taught me how
to be friendly to others, and when stuff gets really
hard, to not give up and just put in the
work and it’s worth it. I’m going to give you the steps
how to do my favorite skill, a front walkover. Always start with your
cartwheel foot forward, and then kind of go into a handstand. Like this. So you’ve got the first part down. Now it’s time to kick over. Once you’ve got the second part down, now it’s time to fully kick over. It’s going to use a lot
of your tummy muscles. And make sure when you stand up, your arms are tight by your ears. When it comes to cheer, it’s
really important to practice. So practice all the time. Practice seven days a week even. Practice up at the gym with your squad, practice here at your house,
and you’ll get better. Trust me, I know. Thanks for watching my cheerleading story and learning some of my skills.

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