What are you doing for the cheerleading community?
I will provide fresh YouTube content every 1-2 weeks which will include videos to explain what
happens when a skill is performed perfectly, and what has happened when that skill has gone... well, less than perfectly.
I will explore the biomechanical root of the problem. The easiest way to envision this is to think of the structure of
a house. Perhaps the roof is lower in one corner of the house. The roof probably isn't a problem nor is there a problem with
a wall: the real issue is that the concrete footer sinking. Most stunts have flaws that are a result of foundational
biomechanical issues. The audience sees the top girl fall and assumes she is the weak link. That is usually not the case. She is
more than likely the visual expression of a bases incorrect anatomical position or movement. I am here to supply the science embedded
in all skills and help you to discover for yourself the issues. "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish
and you feed him for a lifetime.."
Too, I will post a blog of my extensive travel for cheerleading, and tell you what to expect if you ever plan a similar journey.
This blog will always represent my views and perspective of the trip. Your experience may be remarkably similar or totally different,
but you may find comparing those notes to be worthwhile and fun. These unique experiences and opportunities are part of the joy of cheerleading
and part of what makes it an adventure. I cannot wait to give you an insight about my cheerleading world and hear your experiences, too.