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Basic Cheerleading Motions PDF Print E-mail
basic motions - ready position Ready Position
Hands behind back, feet shoulder width apart.
basic motions - High V High V
Arms are at a 45 degree angle to the body. Pinky fingers are to the back.
 basic motions - Low V  Low V
Same as a High V, but arms are down.
basic motions - T  T
Arms are at a 90 degree angle to the body. Pinky fingers are to the back.
 basic motions - broken T Broken T
Same as a T, but arms are bent. Do not bring it forward. Pinky fingers are to the front.
 basic motion - touchdown Touch Down
Arms are straight up, in-line with the body. Bring arms to ears, not ears to arms. Pinky fingers are to the front.
bsic motions - low touchdown
Low Touch Down
Arms are straight down, in-line with the body. Arms should be tight to the body and slightly forward. Pinky fingers are to the back.
 basic motions - daggers Daggers
Arms are bent, hugging the body. Pinky fingers are to the front.
 basic motions - L Right L
Right arm is in a T and left arm is in a Touch Down. Left L would be the opposite of this.
 basic motions - punch Right Punch
Right arm is in a Touch Down and left arm is on hips. Left Punch would be the opposite of this.
 basic motions - left diagonal Left Diagonal
Left arm is in a High V and right arm is in a Low V. Right Diagonal would be the opposite of this.
basic motions - K
Left K
Left arm is in a High V and right arm is in a Low V across the body. Right K would be the opposite of this.

Remember:

1) All moves should be performed sharply. Imagine hitting a brick wall that is behind you.

2) Wrists should not be cocked, but in a straight line with your arms. Thumbs should be on the outside of your fists, with your pinky fingers in back. Show your swirlies!

3) Although you want to hit a brick wall, your arms should not be way behind you. You should be able to just barely see them out of the corner of your eyes when looking straight ahead.

4) Shoulders should be relaxed for every motion, not up at your ears.

5) Shortest distance- rather than swinging your arms around, up into your High V, bring your arms straight forward in front of yourself and hit. This is true for any motion.

6) Practice in front of a mirror. You may feel like you're doing the moves correctly, but you may not be.

 
 
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