Lots of people are struggling learning cheerleading here's a few tips from me cos iam a proffesional cheerleader liturally past all m tests on it 1.if your obeise (fat over weight) you should shred a few pounds as if u take up cheerleading there's a lot of stunts that need flexible ,light weight people. :how to do it -drink lots of water usally helps,-doing more excersize ,running ,gym,swimming get a hobbie-eat. Wright food (fruit and veg ,eggs and fish egx-) you should be flexible and fit -strech more and yyou should become flexible quite soon ,or do arobics that usally helps too-you need to...
A basket toss is an advanced stunt in which the bases propel the flyer upwards (10-30+ feet) from the loading position. It is a toss by a maximum of four bases of a top straight up in the air so the flyer can perform a trick (toe touch, ball-out, twist, tuck, kick double, pike, etc.) and then land back in a cradle position.
Dismount from a stunt in which the base/bases toss the flyer straight up from a stationary stunt then catch the flyer in a seated position pike position.
One or more bases holds up the flyer by the foot and the flyer balances weight on one that straight leg. The flyer's other leg is bent with the foot positioned at about the knee level of the flyer nestling it alongside the standing leg's knee. The name of this stunt is often shortened to 'Lib'.
This is a liberty variation facing the side. One or more bases holds up the flyer by the foot and the flyer balances weight on one that straight leg. The flyer then grabs the loose foot and bends that leg upward...
In single base stunting, the base holds both the flyer's feet with one hand in an extended overhead position or in multi-base stunting, two bases hold flyer's feet together at full extension level. The Cupie is almost identical to the Full Extension except that the flyers feet are together. It is also called an Awesome in some regions.
A stunt in which flyer stands with each foot in the hands of a base at shoulder level. The two bases, facing each other, hold the feet of the upright flyer at collar-bone...
Cheerleaders that stay on the ground providing the primary support for the flyer during a stunt. Bases should always look up at the flyer, keep a flat back (good posture), and make sure the flyer never hits the ground. Bases can be male or female. The bases are usually 2 females or 1 male. There is a main base and a secondary base. Depending on what leg the flyer flies on, the main base will be on the side. Bases mainly use support from their legs while performing a stunt.