Cheerleading Dance Moves

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Many cheerleading dance moves can be performed to any type of music. Practice a cheerleader style of dancing with help from a former NCA instructor and choreographer in this free video on cheerleading moves.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Rosalyn Jones; Founder and CEO of ProDance and the Owner and Director of Cheers Cheerleading School in San Antonio, Texas. We're here at Aerial Athletics and Lexie and I want to show you how to do some cheerleading dance moves. The materials that you'll need are really great supportive pair of cheerleading tennis shoes; a nice loose fitting pair of shorts and any type of a t-shirt that's long that it'll cover your torso. You should always try to wear your hair up and off of your face and try to get into a gym where they have a spring floor or a tumbling mat. Very basic moves; the moves that you're going to see right now you can probably put to any type of music. So Lexie is going to demonstrate those moves and I'm going to count out the counts. So here we go; five, six, seven, eight; dip one; push two; three, four; double touch at five; six, seven; hold eight. You step out; one, two, three, four, brush five and clasp six, nod seven, lean it over eight, high V one, hold two, clip behind three, punch four, chest five, clasp six, plie seven, clean together eight. Down on the right knee; one, two; you're going to take that arm over three; hold four; sweep the ground five; six; stand up feet apart, hands behind your neck on seven; drop down, hands are flexed on eight. Roll back one, two; punch and three and four; step together five; hold six; seven, eight. And that's how you do some cheerleading dance moves. I'm Rosalyn Jones.


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