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All Star cheerleading teams do not cheer for other sports teams.... They are the TEAM!!!

Cheerleading involves stunting, pyramids, baskets, tumbling, jumps and dance. It was initially started in the USA, and it's now  recognised to be one of the fastest growing sports in Australia. Why? Because it's fun! Competitive Cheerleading is a very athletic sport, that does not involve pom poms. Competitive Cheerleading involves competing a high-energy, two and a half minute routine at multiple competitions. Teams compete against other Cheer teams and a panel of judges score the the routines. 

Every athlete gains so much from Cheerleading. Not only athletic skills. like learning to jump, stunt and flip, but also lifelong friendships! 

Being part of a TEAM means you work together for the same goal, gaining TRUST in your teammates and building your own CONFIDENCE both on and off the cheer mat. Cheerleading fosters TEAMWORK skills, good SPORTSMANSHIP and COMMITMENT in athletes. South Coast Elite provides a safe, supportive, fun environment, to make sure athletes progress to be the best Cheerleaders they can be!

Everyone can join a cheer team. This is the best part about it. Cheerleading definitely isn't just for girls, some of the most impressive routines are from co-ed teams! Cheer caters for ALL abilities, from complete beginners to experts - there is a team for you! Cheerleading has divisions for every age range from children to adults (meaning once you fall in love with the sport, you never have to stop!). 

If you are new to Cheer, then all of these terms can be a bit overwhelming! 

- Stunting: When a group of people lift/throw a Cheerleader (called a flyer) in the air

- Pyramid: When multiple flyers in stunts connect with each other to perform harder skills 

- Tumbling: This is the gymnastics element of Cheer, and is when athletes flip!

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