Cheer Competition Tips



How to Prepare for a Cheer Competition

Steps

The Day Before

  1. Eat dinner.Don't starve yourself right before a competition, or you run the risk of feeling faint and passing out the next day. Eat a dinner that will give you energy for the next day (think carbohydrates like pasta).
  2. Take a shower.You want to ensure that you're clean. Taking a shower the night before will ensure that you'll look fresh, even if you accidentally wake up late.
  3. Collect everything that you will be taking into a bag.This includes cell phone, camera, extra socks, hairspray, bobby pins, toothbrush or whatever else you'll be taking!
  4. Double check that you have all parts of your uniform.If it doesn't fit, make sure that you let the coach know.
  5. Put on your uniform and make-up in a place where you can find it.
  6. Stretch.Make sure that you know your routines. Don't over-exert yourself, though, or you won't perform your best at the competition.
  7. Know where you're going.Get directions to your competition and make sure that you have a ride there.
  8. Go to bed early.Get a good night's sleep to ensure that you're energetic on the day of the competition.

The Day Of

  1. Wake up early so that you don't have to rush around.
  2. Put on your makeup, do your hair, and everything else you need to get ready.Make sure your makeup is the proper colors (usually team colors, unless your coach specifies otherwise). If you have a zit use a small amount of concealer to cover it.
  3. Eat a good breakfast.Make sure to get protein. Drink a glass of juice or water with your food so that you are hydrated.
  4. Grab your bag and everything else you'll need for the competition.
  5. Breathe.If you're feeling really nervous you might just want to sit down and breathe for a couple minutes.
  6. Try to do some simple stretching before you leave so that you don't feel rushed to stretch once you are at the competition.

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    How can I get my heel stretch in 3-4 days?
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    Do the splits on the wall and stretch it for about 3 to 4 min. Stretch every single day.
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  • Question
    How do I get flexible?
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    Thanks!
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    How can I remember to point my toes in a competition?
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    If you want to point your toes in your jumps, just practice! Sit in a straddle or seated pike position and practice pointing your toes.
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  • Question
    What do I do when I'm nervous for practice?
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    Remember that practice is for improving yourself and your skills.
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  • Question
    How can I become more flexible to do my splits?
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    Just practice and stretch until you get them.
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  • Question
    How can I calm myself down if breathing doesn't help?
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    Think about something you really like. You could even take a nap if you need to. One thing that could really help is going and laying down in a dark room and listening to music.
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  • Question
    How do I remind myself to lock out my leg?
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    Try to write something on your leg if you're allowed. If not, do this: when it's time to perform, sing a song in your head, so you know when to do it.
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  • Smile!
  • If you're feeling really nervous, you can always talk to your coach and ask for advice on handling your nerves.
  • Make a checklist of what you're bringing and tick it off the list.
  • Make sure you are ready. You should know your routine in and out.

Warnings

  • Always make sure to stretch properly before doing any cheerleading routines. If you don't stretch, you could pull a muscle or worse.
  • If you have anxiety about winning, it doesn't matter. The main thing that matters is you competing.





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