Adding choreographed moves to routines or sideline cheers help cheerleading squads amp up the energy of their performances and their audiences. Choreography is especially important at competitions, and is a big factor in how the judges score a performance. Get tips for developing choreography, choosing music and finding, hiring and working with a choreographer.

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Chapter 1 Cheer Choreography: Beyond Spirit Fingers
Adding choreographed moves to routines or sideline cheers help cheerleading squads amp up the energy of their performances and their audiences. Having moves planned out takes some pressure off of a squad and allows them to concentrate on being loud, having high energy and smiling. Combining unique moves with traditional school favorites at games to show spirit can impress the crowd and encourage them to cheer, shout and get up and move with you! Choreography is especially important at competitions, and is a big factor in how the judges score a performance. Learn about the different styles and elements and see who is responsible for what.

Chapter 2 Gimme A Beat! Tips For A Great Cheer Mix
Having a great mix will keep a squad and the audience excited about a cheerleading routine! Learn the differences between premade vs. customized and get tips for avoiding a beat downer!

Chapter 3 Who Should Control Your Cheer Moves?
Stand-out choreography is a must for most competitions, but how do you decide if you have the time to accept the challenge of creating your own or if you should outsource? The first step is to evaluate your own skills, your team's skills and your overall goals for the season. Once you have evaluated your team and your season goals, you need to decided if, and when, you should hire a choreographer.

Chapter 4 1, 2, 3, 4...How To Work With A Choreographer
You've hired a choreographer to take your cheerleading squad to the next level, to improve your cheerleaders' skills and to win competitions, but do you know what to expect when working with one? Should you be prepared for a diva, like you see in the movies and on TV? How much say do you have in how they interact with your team? Learn when to show them the door, and when to bring them onto the floor!

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