The Official Cheerleader's Handbook (Anglais) Broché – 27 juin 1986
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The history of cheering goes as far back as the late 1880's when the first organized, recorded yell was performed on an American campus: "RAY, RAY, RAY! TIGER, TIGER, TIGER! SIS, SIS, SIS! BOOM, BOOM, BOOM! Aaaaaah! PRINCETON, PRINCETON, PRINCETON!," done in locomotive style, was first seen and heard during a college football game. Lire la première page
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*Stretches which are still helpful.
*A tremendous variety of jump examples, more-so than any other book I have seen, including the C/window, & stag. Also starts with the tuck as the most basic jump rather than the toe touch. Unfortunately, it doesn't really show you the approach and landing techinques.
*More variations of arm and hand positions than any other book I've seen.
*Great pictures of what not to do when hitting motions. (Broken wrists, fly-away arms, uneven shoulders)
*Simple, basic partner stunts best suited for beginner cheerleaders who need to learn the step-lock method (at a supervised practice, of course.) Pony mount, Knee/Standing tabletop, Side sit, 'Bama sit, single based thigh stand variations, victory mount, star, flying angel, and stag catch. Their tallest stunt is a shoulder stand. No prep level or higher stunts are taught in this book, but there are pictures of some taller pyramids, a few of which are still legal.
*Good sample dance 8 counts, though a bit out of date for the Hip-hop age. But perfect if you have a marching band.
*Small section on basic tumbling, but smartly suggests that cheerleaders seek out qualified instructors to learn from.
*Several pages of cheers and chants: basic spirit, football, basketball, and wrestling
My advice? Beginning cheerleaders need this book. Intermediate and advanced cheerleaders might find it useful only if they want to consider finding ways to update some old school moves and look a little different from everyone else who attended summer camp with them.
My idea of an excellent cheering how-to library consists of this book, plus "The Ultimate Guide to Cheerleading" and "Coaching Cheerleading Successfully".