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What Are Basic Cheerleading Motions? | Cheerleading

What Are Basic Cheerleading Motions? | Cheerleading


Here are the basic cheer motions that you
need to know. High V, low V, C, punch, touchdown, daggers,
clap, clasp and K. Now, when you’re doing your motions, you want
to do them quick. We call this, being sharp. You also want to squeeze your entire body. We call this being tight. Also, you want to check to make sure that
your motion placement is good. You can do this by looking in a mirror. Now, once you know all of the motions, you
could practice being sharp and tight by doing your motions to counts. Here we go. Ready, five, six, seven, eight. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. And those are the basic cheer motions.

19 thoughts on “What Are Basic Cheerleading Motions? | Cheerleading”

  1. Ok thanks, i missed tryouts earlier this year, but the cheer director is doing a cheer clinic next week, and i wanna be the first male cheerleader in my 13-yearold highschool.

  2. Posting a video on here of me in a parade of me doing my cheers feel free comment down below and like it up what u think I'm posting it Saturday night after the parade

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