Why Do You Want To Be A Cheerleader Essays and Term Papers

  • African American Literature

    Victoria Shivers Why Do You Want To Be A JCSU Cheerleader? Cheerleading is not just a sport, but it is also an opportunity for a young woman to grow. It allows cheerleaders to create friendships and sisterly bonds that they will need in their future. Cheerleading can be described as an amazing sport...

    Premium | 647 Words | 2 Pages

  • Cheer

    Billy v English 101 Lambo October 26, 2011 “Cheerleaders… Not Just Flirts In Skirts” Ok first off, cheerleading is a sport. I don’t care what anybody says. The only people that believe it not to be a sport are the ones that know absolutely nothing about it. It’s probably the hardest sport in any...

    Premium | 567 Words | 2 Pages

  • Cheerleading and Dance

    Cheerleading and Dance When people think about cheerleaders and dancers they are categorized as total opposites. But in reality cheerleading is based on dance. Like dance they both have physical and mental requirements, their preparation and techniques are similar. However, they have many differences...

    Premium | 1715 Words | 5 Pages

  • Cheerleading

    Cheerleading: As “Sport” as it Gets Joy Anthony Contrary to popular belief, cheerleading takes a lot of skill, practice and team unity. Would you be able to stand on the shoulders of girl, and bear the weight of another on your own? Don’t feel too bad - not just anyone can. In fact, it requires...

    Premium | 3047 Words | 9 Pages

  • Is Cheerleading a Sport?

    Cheerleading Is a Sport! Ask this question and you are bound to get many strong opinions; Is cheerleading a sport? Football players will laugh, cheerleaders will compare throwing 2 pound balls in the air to 100 lb girls, and others tend to stay out of it. In my argument towards cheerleading being a...

    Premium | 1151 Words | 3 Pages

  • Media Analysis

    Seconds” “When you think of cheerleading, you probably envision pretty people chanting on the sidelines of a sporting event. But is cheerleading a sport?” This quote from my video said, by Today Show reporter, Ann Curry, shows what the most common perception of cheerleading is. Every cheerleaders get fired...

    Premium | 1253 Words | 3 Pages

  • Graduate Essay

    2009 Amanda Tonihka Composition II My life as a cheerleader I can remember as far back as when I was four years old, I always wanted to be a cheerleader, I could always see myself dressing up in the little suit with the big colorful balls on my shoes...

    Premium | 1372 Words | 4 Pages

  • Cheerleading

    Cheerleading (A Sport) "Next time someone tells you cheerleading is easy, tell them to do your routine and then get back to you." Author Tif Tif, USA For the past 9 years cheerleading has taken over my life. When I first started, back in 4th grade, I never thought I would actually keep up with...

    Premium | 1917 Words | 5 Pages

  • Econ Bussiness Proposal

    Business Proposal I. I plan to produce and sell Non-Crinkle Pom Poms. Cheerleaders today face the problem that after using there pom poms several times the strands become crinkled and not that pretty. Some pom poms can be straightened with a flat iron but that takes time and they still don’t look...

    Premium | 1290 Words | 3 Pages

  • Saints Fan Versus Cowboys Fan

    their championship status, their appeal to a larger fan base, and their consistent ability to have winning seasons. There are several reasons why you should be a Dallas Cowboys fan instead of a New Orleans Saints fan. Statistically the Dallas Cowboys are a better team and have more wins than...

    Premium | 837 Words | 4 Pages

  • cheer

    cheer on sports teams at games or to participate in competitions. The athlete that is involved is called a cheerleader. The only difference between a sports team is that if you miss the catch you only miss the ball, not a person. Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise; risking ...

    Premium | 722 Words | 2 Pages

  • Advantages Of TV in Sports

    Gallery: Evolution of TV Television cameras can give you a whole new perspective on your favorite games. See more pictures of TV's evolution. Scott Boehm/Getty Images In the stands, a baseball game is about hot dogs, foam hands and soft ice cream that you eat out of a plastic baseball cap. Oh, and there...

    4960 Words | 13 Pages

  • You Know

    You Know Amanda, you really should watch your weight. You do seem to be gaining a little. Maybe you should cut back on those Pop Tarts. They are full of sugar you know. What are your plans for after graduation? You know, my Alysha is going to UK. She is a cheerleader there too. Why aren’t you a...

    Premium | 451 Words | 2 Pages

  • The Utopia

    wide and whit and huge, about 10 feet long. It was a Mack truck, probably. Mr. Ian Woon said he preferred them for this sort of job. Ok, time to go. Do your thing. Lisa stepped off the curb, walked a few steps, and WHAM The truck hit her full on, and kept on going, crushing her underneath its wheels...

    Premium | 3501 Words | 15 Pages

  • Is Cheerleading a Sport

    Minn-E-So-Tah!” It originally started as an all-male activity but since then has evolved into a competitive sport for both men and women. However, lots of people do not agree that cheerleading should technically be considered a sport. Columnist Rick Reilly wrote an article that was published in the May 2000 issue...

    Premium | 990 Words | 3 Pages

  • doggie

    category you fall into. There are the major ones like Jocks, Cheerleaders, Band Geeks, Nerds, Potheads, Skaters, Gothics, Emos, and the Jesus Freaks. Each category has their own mind set; there are the jocks that think they are the rulers of high school. They believe they can do whatever they want and do...

    Premium | 599 Words | 2 Pages

  • Cheerleaders are athletes too

    Cheerleaders are athletes too. They practice just as much as everyone else, sometimes even more. They get hurt just like everyone else, but only more severely. In “Sis! Boom! Bah! Humbug!” Rick Reilly attempts to get people of his side of cheerleading as a sport or in his mind not a sport. He does...

    Premium | 1450 Words | 4 Pages

  • Why Is Cheerleading a Sport

    it's the most dangerous sport in the nation. Girls and boys who compete in cheerleading perform difficult stunts and tumbling passes where the cheerleader is risking getting injured anytime. Tumbling and stunting can lead to high risk of head injuries, such as concussions, or neck injuries. (Gutgold)...

    Premium | 1041 Words | 3 Pages

  • Sexuality in the Media

    high school and what every teen in some way is striving towards or effected by. This is displayed in the show through the stereotypical popular cheerleaders and football players who pick on the kids who don’t fit in and are a part of the glee club. Popularity is strived for even if they have to hurt...

    Premium | 2540 Words | 7 Pages

  • Gender Roles in Society

    squad, and he was bashed for it. The guys called him gay while the girls were surprised that a boy would ever attempt to join the cheerleading squad. Why was a thing like this such a new-worthy and shocking event? It is because it goes against gender norms, and is different from what people are used to...

    Premium | 1491 Words | 4 Pages