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Basics of Cheerleading Motions

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Cheerleading motions may seem simple, but in reality they take much more work then it may seem.

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Cheerleading motions to the average person may seem insane, but also very impressive. Yet no matter how creative the routines are, they typically stem from about six different base forms. Junior Varsity cheerleader Steffanie Richardson demonstrates the High V, Low V, Broken T, T, Touchdown and Right Half High V positions.

Broken T

T

High V

Low V

Touchdown

Right Half High V

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Basics of Cheerleading Motions