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    with Jomo Thompson,
    University of Kentucky Head Coach,
    7x National Championship Coach;
    2009 USA National Cheerleading Team Head Coach;
    and head coach of North Laurel KY High School, 2009 National Champions

    University of Kentucky Head Coach Jomo Thompson's dance squad takes you to a new level of cool, funk and fun with four complete routines. Energize your squad with two original 8x8 count dance routines and two 4x8 count dance routines. Each dance is broken down into 8-count segments to make the learning easy for every squad member. These dances are sure to grab the undivided attention of any crowd. Don't miss out on these amazing routines.

    ChampCheer 3 is the featured music on this DVD.

    16 minutes. 2009.


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    with Jomo Thompson,
    University of Kentucky Head Coach,
    7x National Championship Coach;
    2009 USA National Cheerleading Team Head Coach;
    and head coach of North Laurel KY High School, 2009 National Champions

    University of Kentucky Head Coach Jomo Thompson shares his 15 favorite sideline dances. Each dance includes a full dance followed by a move-by-move, count-by-count breakdown providing you and your squad an easy to learn format. Members of the UK dance team provide excellent demonstrations. No matter what the sport, these dances are sure to invigorate your squad and energize your crowd

    22 minutes. 2009.


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    with Britten Blackburn,
    President/CEO at the Alabama Cheerleading Center and Head Coach of the Bama All Starz in Bessemer (AL);
    former Auburn University cheerleader, Auburn University cheerleading coach, and a 9-year Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Head Instructor.

    Raise the bar for your squad by dazzling spectators with new elite stunts and inversions! Britten Blackburn presents more than 10 high-difficulty level stunts complete with demonstrations and step-by-step instructions for each member of the stunt group. Take advantage of front and side view camera angles, slow motion replays, and expert tips from Coach Blackburn to master these amazing stunts!

    Elite Stunts Included:

    • Full Up to Extension, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Full Up to Extension, *Double Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Switch Up Heel Stretch, Retake back to Heel Stretch, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • 1 ¾ Up to Liberty, Retake, Arabesque, Straight Cradle Dismount
    • Front Walkover Inversion to Full Up Extension, *Double Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Ball Up to Prep, T-Drop, Supported Inverted Flip Dismount
    • Ball Up to Straddle Sit, Reload to Extension, T-Drop, Supported Inverted Flip Dismount
    • Supported Backflip, Reload, Liberty, Retake Scale, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Supported Backflip to Smush, Show & Go, Retake, Full up to Liberty, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Back Handspring, Supported Backflip, Full Up to Heel Stretch, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • and More!

    * Please note that Double Twist Cradle Dismounts (Double Downs) are prohibited by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) for all High School and Middle School cheer squads (effective 2012). Double Downs are however still legal in All Star gyms and at the college level.

    This presentation is intended for experienced coaches and squads with very high level stunting abilities. Prerequisite stunts that should be mastered before progressing on to the advanced stunts in this video include: 1. Full Up to Prep (Elevator) Press Up to Extension, Twist Cradle dismount2. Straight Up to Liberty, Twist Cradle dismount.

    2014.


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    with Rachel Paul,
    UCLA Dance Coach

    Ready-to-learn follow along routines! This presentation begins with instruction and demonstration of several key formations as well as several easy to follow dance moves that are used throughout the presentation. Paul breaks down two "totally choreographed" on the court (or on the turf) time-out dances followed by four additional sideline pom routines. As a bonus, Paul shares a series of basic strength development and flexibility exercises that she uses with the UCLA Dance Squad. These exercises are appropriate for in-practice or home-practice. All dances are demonstrated in segments before the total dance is put together. These eye catching and smooth - yet edgy, funky and, of course, "West Coast Cool" moves - are all wrapped into this presentation!

    This DVD uses music from Champcheer and Dance Mix, Volume 2.

    66 minutes. 2006.


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    with Mark Coleman,
    Over 35 National Titles at UCA High School Nationals, UCA All-Star Nationals, Jamfest Super Nationals and more!

    The ultimate in basic stunt instruction! Mark Coleman teaches you the basic stunt techniques and strategies that he has used with his squads to win over 35 state and national titles.

    What makes this presentation stand above all others is that Coleman shares his years of successful experience and takes time to discuss not only the how of each skill but the "why" of each skill. You will learn the nuances and tricks to make each stunt work!

    Coleman discusses how to create a disciplined commitment to safety with your squad as well as providing specific instruction on effective spotting techniques.

    Coleman presents each skill in progression from easiest to hardest. He thoroughly teaches each stunt using the whole-part-whole method:

    • The stunt is performed in its entirety.
    • The stunt is broken down position by position: Top girl, main base, secondary base and back spot.
    • The stunt is again shown in its entirety.

    BASIC STUNTS10 Stunts
    4 transitions
    6 technical position segments

    Activity (Category)

    • Step-up shoulder straddle (Basic stunt)
    • Leap frog to shoulder straddle (Basic stunt)
    • Elevator base positioning (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator load position (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator counts (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator Extension to half pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Proper cradle techniques (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Top girl technique (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Twist cradle technique (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator to twist cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Elevator to extension pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Elevator to extension twist cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Liberty pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Liberty twist cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Single base tap down (Basic stunt)
    • Single base pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Show and go (Basic stunt transition)
    • Reload to squish (Basic stunt transition)
    • Reload to liberty stall (Basic stunt transition)
    • Log roll (Basic stunt transition)

    2010.


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    CHD-03537A: with Mark Coleman,
    Over 35 National Titles at UCA High School Nationals, UCA All-Star Nationals, Jamfest Super Nationals and more!

    The ultimate in basic stunt instruction! Mark Coleman teaches you the basic stunt techniques and strategies that he has used with his squads to win over 35 state and national titles.

    What makes this presentation stand above all others is that Coleman shares his years of successful experience and takes time to discuss not only the how of each skill but the "why" of each skill. You will learn the nuances and tricks to make each stunt work!

    Coleman discusses how to create a disciplined commitment to safety with your squad as well as providing specific instruction on effective spotting techniques.

    Coleman presents each skill in progression from easiest to hardest. He thoroughly teaches each stunt using the whole-part-whole method:

    • The stunt is performed in its entirety.
    • The stunt is broken down position by position: Top girl, main base, secondary base and back spot.
    • The stunt is again shown in its entirety.

    BASIC STUNTS10 Stunts
    4 transitions
    6 technical position segments

    Activity (Category)

    • Step-up shoulder straddle (Basic stunt)
    • Leap frog to shoulder straddle (Basic stunt)
    • Elevator base positioning (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator load position (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator counts (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator Extension to half pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Proper cradle techniques (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Top girl technique (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Twist cradle technique (Basic technique position instruction)
    • Elevator to twist cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Elevator to extension pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Elevator to extension twist cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Liberty pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Liberty twist cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Single base tap down (Basic stunt)
    • Single base pop cradle (Basic stunt)
    • Show and go (Basic stunt transition)
    • Reload to squish (Basic stunt transition)
    • Reload to liberty stall (Basic stunt transition)
    • Log roll (Basic stunt transition)

    2010.



    CHD-03537B: with Mark Coleman,
    Over 35 National Titles at UCA High School Nationals, UCA All-Star Nationals, Jamfest Super Nationals and more!

    Take your squad to new heights with these intermediate and advance stunts from premier cheer coach and choreographer Mark Coleman! Learn the how and the why of each skill and what it takes to make each stunt successful.

    Coleman presents each skill in progression from easiest to hardest. He thoroughly teaches each stunt using the whole-part-whole method:

    • The stunt is performed in its entirety.
    • The stunt is broken down position by position: Top girl, main base, secondary base and back spot.
    • Stunt is again shown in its entirety.

    Coleman discusses how to create a disciplined commitment to safety with your squad as well as providing specific instruction on effective spotting techniques.

    INTERMEDIATE STUNTS
    10 intermediate stunts
    3 intermediate transitions

    Activity (Category)

    • Hop up to shoulder straddle (Intermediate stunt)
    • Pick up to shoulder straddle (Intermediate stunt)
    • Half up to elevator half (Intermediate stunt)
    • Half up to extension (Intermediate stunt)
    • Heel stretch tap down (Intermediate stunt)
    • Heel stretch from platform twist cradle (Intermediate stunt)
    • 3/4 up to extension (Intermediate stunt)
    • Pony up to half (Intermediate stunt)
    • Pony up to extension (Intermediate stunt)
    • Single base extension tap down (Intermediate stunt)
    • Hydraulic retake (Intermediate transition)
    • Liberty to half rewind down (Intermediate transition)
    • 360 to squish (Intermediate transition)

    ADVANCED STUNTS
    5 advanced stunts
    2 advanced transitions

    Activity (Category)

    • Single bast to liberty tap down (Advanced stunt)
    • Single bast liberty twist cradle (Advanced stunt)
    • Pony 3/4 up to extension (Advanced stunt)
    • Full up to extension (Advanced stunt)
    • Full up to liberty (Advanced stunt)
    • Back handspring to liberty (Advanced transition)
    • Cradle out to pony up (Advanced transition)

    Your search for the ultimate in stunt instruction ends here!

    68 minutes. 2010.




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    with Mark Coleman,
    Over 35 National Titles at UCA High School Nationals, UCA All-Star Nationals, Jamfest Super Nationals and more!

    Take your squad to new heights with these intermediate and advance stunts from premier cheer coach and choreographer Mark Coleman! Learn the how and the why of each skill and what it takes to make each stunt successful.

    Coleman presents each skill in progression from easiest to hardest. He thoroughly teaches each stunt using the whole-part-whole method:

    • The stunt is performed in its entirety.
    • The stunt is broken down position by position: Top girl, main base, secondary base and back spot.
    • Stunt is again shown in its entirety.

    Coleman discusses how to create a disciplined commitment to safety with your squad as well as providing specific instruction on effective spotting techniques.

    INTERMEDIATE STUNTS
    10 intermediate stunts
    3 intermediate transitions

    Activity (Category)

    • Hop up to shoulder straddle (Intermediate stunt)
    • Pick up to shoulder straddle (Intermediate stunt)
    • Half up to elevator half (Intermediate stunt)
    • Half up to extension (Intermediate stunt)
    • Heel stretch tap down (Intermediate stunt)
    • Heel stretch from platform twist cradle (Intermediate stunt)
    • 3/4 up to extension (Intermediate stunt)
    • Pony up to half (Intermediate stunt)
    • Pony up to extension (Intermediate stunt)
    • Single base extension tap down (Intermediate stunt)
    • Hydraulic retake (Intermediate transition)
    • Liberty to half rewind down (Intermediate transition)
    • 360 to squish (Intermediate transition)

    ADVANCED STUNTS
    5 advanced stunts
    2 advanced transitions

    Activity (Category)

    • Single bast to liberty tap down (Advanced stunt)
    • Single bast liberty twist cradle (Advanced stunt)
    • Pony 3/4 up to extension (Advanced stunt)
    • Full up to extension (Advanced stunt)
    • Full up to liberty (Advanced stunt)
    • Back handspring to liberty (Advanced transition)
    • Cradle out to pony up (Advanced transition)

    Your search for the ultimate in stunt instruction ends here!

    68 minutes. 2010.


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    with Britten Blackburn,
    President/CEO at the Alabama Cheerleading Center and Head Coach of the Bama All Starz in Bessemer (AL);
    former Auburn University cheerleader, Auburn University cheerleading coach, and a 9-year Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Head Instructor.

    Learn secrets from the best to improve your squad's jump height, flexibility, and form! Britten Blackburn offers broken down demonstrations of the four most common cheerleading jumps: Toe Touch, Herkie/Side Hurdler, Front Hurdler, and Pike. Along with these demos, Coach Blackburn shares his coaching tips on how to improve these jumps and correct common errors using his "3 F's in Jump" motto: Forward, Fast, and Finish.

    Beyond these basic jumps, Blackburn provides examples of higher difficulty level variations you can put with jumps for performance or competition purposes.

    Examples of the elite jumps shown are:

    • Double Toe Touch
    • Triple Toe Touch
    • Double Toe Touch, Back Handspring
    • Front Walkover, Double Toe Touch, Back Handspring, Back Tuck
    • and More!

    Coach Blackburn also dedicates a portion of this video to jump drills and stretches that can be incorporated into practices to improve upon the jumps your cheerleaders are already capable of by increasing their flexibility and endurance.

    This presentation is perfect for the new coach desiring more knowledge on types of jumps and how they are executed. It is also good for coaches who have experience, but have either squads that struggle with jumps or have advanced jumpers looking to add variation and tumbling to their normal jump repertoire.

    59 minutes. 2014.


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    with Roland Vera,
    owner of The Cheer Zone Tigers cheerleading gym in Evansville (IN);
    former Sam Houston State University Head Cheer Coach, 2x National Champions

    Two-time National Championship coach Roland Vera presents 15 tumbling progressions that will improve the overall talent level of your team for competition or performances!

    Each skill is broken down and fully demonstrated for both the cheerleader and the active spotter. Proper technique for beginners and for advanced tumblers is shown, and coaches are taught how to spot tumbling passes to ensure safety for all.

    Coach Vera includes tips on equipment that can be used to strengthen and condition your cheerleaders before they progress on to more difficult tumbling passes.

    Tumbling skills demonstrated include:

    • Handstand
    • Cartwheel
    • Lunge Cartwheel
    • Round Off
    • Standing Back Handspring
    • Continuous Back Handsprings
    • Standing Back Tuck
    • Back Handspring Back Tuck
    • Toe Touch Back Handspring
    • Toe Touch Back Tuck
    • Round Off Back Handspring
    • Round Off Back Handspring Series
    • Round Off Back Handspring Back Tuck
    • Round Off Back Handspring Layout
    • Round Off Back Handspring Full

    In addition to tumbling skills, Coach Vera also provides ideas on how to incorporate team tumbling into sideline cheers and how to use tumbling in performance choreography.

    This presentation is great for coaches without a lot of prior tumbling experience or those who want to refresh their knowledge on tumbling conditioning and spotting techniques. Take your squad to the next level by infusing tumbling into your team's skill set!

    33 minutes. 2013.


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  • 10/31/14--22:00: Cheer Champs 4-Pack
  • CHD-04501A: with Britten Blackburn,
    President/CEO at the Alabama Cheerleading Center and Head Coach of the Bama All Starz in Bessemer (AL);
    former Auburn University cheerleader, Auburn University cheerleading coach, and a 9-year Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Head Instructor.

    Raise the bar for your squad by dazzling spectators with new elite stunts and inversions! Britten Blackburn presents more than 10 high-difficulty level stunts complete with demonstrations and step-by-step instructions for each member of the stunt group. Take advantage of front and side view camera angles, slow motion replays, and expert tips from Coach Blackburn to master these amazing stunts!

    Elite Stunts Included:

    • Full Up to Extension, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Full Up to Extension, *Double Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Switch Up Heel Stretch, Retake back to Heel Stretch, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • 1 ¾ Up to Liberty, Retake, Arabesque, Straight Cradle Dismount
    • Front Walkover Inversion to Full Up Extension, *Double Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Ball Up to Prep, T-Drop, Supported Inverted Flip Dismount
    • Ball Up to Straddle Sit, Reload to Extension, T-Drop, Supported Inverted Flip Dismount
    • Supported Backflip, Reload, Liberty, Retake Scale, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Supported Backflip to Smush, Show & Go, Retake, Full up to Liberty, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • Back Handspring, Supported Backflip, Full Up to Heel Stretch, Twist Cradle Dismount
    • and More!

    * Please note that Double Twist Cradle Dismounts (Double Downs) are prohibited by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) for all High School and Middle School cheer squads (effective 2012). Double Downs are however still legal in All Star gyms and at the college level.

    This presentation is intended for experienced coaches and squads with very high level stunting abilities. Prerequisite stunts that should be mastered before progressing on to the advanced stunts in this video include: 1. Full Up to Prep (Elevator) Press Up to Extension, Twist Cradle dismount2. Straight Up to Liberty, Twist Cradle dismount.

    2014.



    CHD-04501B: with Britten Blackburn,
    President/CEO at the Alabama Cheerleading Center and Head Coach of the Bama All Starz in Bessemer (AL);
    former Auburn University cheerleader, Auburn University cheerleading coach, and a 9-year Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Head Instructor.

    Learn secrets from the best to improve your squad's jump height, flexibility, and form! Britten Blackburn offers broken down demonstrations of the four most common cheerleading jumps: Toe Touch, Herkie/Side Hurdler, Front Hurdler, and Pike. Along with these demos, Coach Blackburn shares his coaching tips on how to improve these jumps and correct common errors using his "3 F's in Jump" motto: Forward, Fast, and Finish.

    Beyond these basic jumps, Blackburn provides examples of higher difficulty level variations you can put with jumps for performance or competition purposes.

    Examples of the elite jumps shown are:

    • Double Toe Touch
    • Triple Toe Touch
    • Double Toe Touch, Back Handspring
    • Front Walkover, Double Toe Touch, Back Handspring, Back Tuck
    • and More!

    Coach Blackburn also dedicates a portion of this video to jump drills and stretches that can be incorporated into practices to improve upon the jumps your cheerleaders are already capable of by increasing their flexibility and endurance.

    This presentation is perfect for the new coach desiring more knowledge on types of jumps and how they are executed. It is also good for coaches who have experience, but have either squads that struggle with jumps or have advanced jumpers looking to add variation and tumbling to their normal jump repertoire.

    59 minutes. 2014.



    CHD-04501C: with Britten Blackburn,
    President/CEO at the Alabama Cheerleading Center and Head Coach of the Bama All Starz in Bessemer (AL);
    former Auburn University cheerleader, Auburn University cheerleading coach, and a 9-year Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Head Instructor.

    Whether preparing for competition or wanting to wow your fans during a halftime performance, routine choreography can make all the difference!

    Working his way up from the most basic of motions to synchronized tumbling passes, Britten Blackburn presents a variety of squad formations along with a multitude of transitions to "wow" the crowd during your next routine.

    The formations highlighted in this production are:

    • Two Line (Sideline) Formation
    • Diagonal Formation
    • Diamond Formation
    • V and Inverted V Formations
    • Bowling Pin Formation

    Along with showing each formation, Coach Blackburn's cheerleaders demonstrate how to switch positions with each other using arm motions, spins, floor rolls, jumps, and tumbling. These transitions from one formation to the next can be done simultaneously or in a ripple pattern to music or words during a cheer.

    This video is an excellent resource for any coach needing choreography inspiration for upcoming competitions or performances. The ideas presented are unique and offer a sharp, put-together look for squads at any ability level.

    35 minutes. 2014.



    CHD-04501D: with Britten Blackburn,
    President/CEO at the Alabama Cheerleading Center and Head Coach of the Bama All Starz in Bessemer (AL);
    former Auburn University cheerleader, Auburn University cheerleading coach, and a 9-year Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) Head Instructor.

    Prepare young athletes for cheerleading success with this comprehensive coaching video! Britten Blackburn offers examples and explanations in the following topics ...

    Motion Technique - 20 motions!

    • Arm and fist placement
    • Common mistakes to prevent
    • Games/Drills to practice motion knowledge and sharpness

    Cheerleading Jumps

    • Toe Touch, Herkie/Side Hurdler, Front Hurdler, & Pike
    • Proper arm placement
    • How to get power from legs
    • Pointing toes
    • Good posture/balance
    • Drills to improve strength & flexibility

    Standing Tumbling

    • Progressions: Forward Roll, Handstand, Back Bend/Walkover, Back Handspring
    • Spotting techniques for new to experienced tumblers

    Running Tumbling

    • Connecting a Round Off & Back Handspring
    • Proper spotting techniques

    This video is intended for coaches working with youth squads or cheerleaders with little to no prior cheer experience. This is also a great tool for a coach that has a limited cheerleading and/or tumbling background themselves and needs more information on these components and how to teach them!

    60 minutes. 2014.




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    with Saleem Habash,
    8X UCA National Championship Coach,
    former University of Kentucky Head Coach,
    Coach and choreographer of the Dunbar (KY) HS Cheer squad featured in "Cheerleader Nation" (Lifetime TV)

    Learn basic stunts and transitions and all the fundamentals you will need for proper execution. Each stunt is demonstrated followed by a step-by-step explanation and break down. By perfecting the stunts on this tape your team will have a solid foundation and the ability to naturally progress to more advanced levels.

    35 minutes. 2004.


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  • 11/03/14--22:00: Winning it All! Pyramids
  • with Saleem Habash,
    8X UCA National Championship Coach,
    former University of Kentucky Head Coach,
    Coach and choreographer of the Dunbar (KY) HS Cheer squad featured in "Cheerleader Nation" (Lifetime TV)

    Learn pyramids, pyramid transitions, and combinations of pyramids. You will learn a variety of pyramids that will vary from basic pyramids to elite pyramid combinations. This video includes the following pyramids:

    • Low Stag Pyramid
    • Low Heel Stretch Pyramid
    • Inside Stag Pyramid
    • Heel Stretch Pyramid
    • Outside Stag Pyramid
    • Arabesque Pyramid
    • Low Stag to Inside Stag Pyramid
    • Arabesque to Heel Stretch Pyramid
    • Table Top Pyramid
    • Fall Back Pyramid
    • Basket Toss 360 Transition Pyramid
    These pyramids can be performed to words for cheers and time-outs or to music for routines. All pyramids are demonstrated and key points are explained so that your team will be able to effectively learn these exciting techniques.

    22 minutes. 2004.


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    with Jomo Thompson,
    University of Kentucky Head Coach,
    7x National Championship Coach;
    2009 USA National Cheerleading Team Head Coach;
    and head coach of North Laurel KY High School, 2009 National Champions

    University of Kentucky Head Coach Jomo Thompson shares his 15 favorite football cheers and chants - all featuring demonstrations by members of the 2009 National Championship UK cheer squad. Separate front and back views ensures you see everything you need to teach these cheers and chants to your squad. These new moves and cheers are sure to generate maximum excitement for your crowd and your team. Don't miss out on the action.

    17 minutes. 2009.


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    with Saleem Habash,
    8X UCA National Championship Coach,
    former University of Kentucky Head Coach,
    Coach and choreographer of the Dunbar (KY) HS Cheer squad featured in "Cheerleader Nation" (Lifetime TV)

    Once you have built a solid foundation of advanced stunts, it is time to take it to the next level. This tape will challenge your team and give them the key techniques to perform elite stunts and transitions. Each stunt is demonstrated followed by a step-by-step break down and explanation. This tape will give your team what it takes to be a top stunting team.

    30 minutes. 2004.


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    with Jen Schower,
    Pop Warner Cheerleading Coach

    Get expert advice and instruction from Pop Warner Cheerleading Coach Jen Schower with demonstrations from Championship cheerleaders from Jersey Shore Pop Warner!

    With a focus on building stunts through the proper progressions, Coach Schower shows you how to perfect each element of stunting as you create more complex stunts. Her basic stunts include thigh stands, shoulder stands, extension preps and basic dismounts. Coach Schower next demonstrates extended stunts and straddle sits then shows you several more difficult stunts wherein she incorporates one leg extended stunt variations such as liberties, heel stretch cradle, arabesque straight cradle, scorpion, bow and arrow and the scale.

    To make your routine look more original, Coach Schower shows you creative Ins, Outs and Transitions to give you additional flair and also demonstrates how to execute creative dismounts and basket tosses. By building off the basic elements, you will be able to create rock solid stunts and earn extra style points for your squad!

    Filmed on site at an Eastern Region Pop Warner Coaches' Clinic and at the Pop Warner National Championship venue in Orlando, FL.

    59 minutes + 29 minutes of bonus material. 2009.

    This DVD is recommended for Pop Warner Cheerleading Skill Levels: Novice and Intermediate.


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    featuring Pop Warner Coach Gina Medlock and the Normandy Athletic Association in Jacksonville, FL

    This Pop Warner Cheerleading presentation is designed to help cheer coaches and squads leave no stone unturned detailing all things game day! What makes this DVD unique is that it follows Gina Medlock's Pop Warner cheer squad though an actual Pop Warner game day.

    Coach Medlock begins with the administrative perspective, which includes a 10-item checklist of Pop Warner's "best policies" for the managing your team on game day. These policies make up the highest of standards for the safety and fun of cheerleaders and coaches.

    What follows next is an actual sequence of events to help coaches plan and execute a successful game day experience. Each sequence is detailed in terms of administrative responsibilities, as well as responsibilities and functions for the squad and includes:

    • Site arrival and site evaluation protocol
    • Warm-up and stretching: 9 exercises for your squad
    • Jumps: A 3-jump demonstration with tips for eye catching jump execution
    • Halftime routines: Features cheers, stunts, and dances with instructional components and hello chants
    • Cheers for the Offense
    • Cheers for the Defense
    • Engaging the Crowd
    • Sideline Stunts: Prep extension, full extension and stunting with signs for crowd participation
    • Opening and Team Entrance Cheers and Formations
    • National Anthem Protocol
    • Kick-off Cheers
    • Game Time Outs
    • Protocol for welcoming visiting squads
    • Post game protocol including warm down and game review
    • Team dismissal focusing on participant safety

    This DVD is the perfect guide to a safe, fun, energy filled, and successful game day cheerleading experience.

    Recommended for Pop Warner Novice and Intermediate Cheer Skill Levels.

    Filmed on site at the Pop Warner Southeast Regional Championships in Orlando, FL December 2009.

    35 minutes. 2010.


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