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why do people think cheerleading is not a sport

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Increasing your flow of happiness, positivity, and motivation on the daily So, I blog a lot on my Instagram, and I feel like even for all that Im putting out there, you guys are still missing out! SooI decided to create a Be Series right here on Odyssey so I can send all of yall the positive vibes and inspiration I can offer Never allow yourself to get lost in the darkness of others. Surround yourself with people who make you smile and bring out the best in you. The type of people that will make you forget your worries in a second AND help you grow from them. Surround yourself with only the real, and the positive Can you figure out who these people in your life are? If not, maybe its time for a change. If yes, theres one more thing to be grateful for Sometimes we just need to let go. I know its hard when we have so much going onevery little thing starts to build up and you just want to scream. Shit, I should have studied more. Why does my dad always demand so much of me? How is it that Im always there for her and shes not there for me? All these concerns are valid, but you know what we also call them? Toxic thoughts. One and another and another and all of a sudden youre drowning in the muck. But who said it has to be this way? You are SO freaking stronglike, more than you know. And for every little thing that may get you down, just know that there is something beautiful out there waiting to extend its hand and pull you back up.

It could be a friend, a new hobby youve discovered, a simple 20 minute facial, or nap, even a short game on the field. Sometimes we get swamped under our worries and the pressures of life. But just know that life also offers a lot of beauty. Step outside dammitSo you know what I say? When youre feeling down, take a breath and pick up your pen. Take 2 minutes to compile a list of 7 things that you are grateful for today. It will work, I promise. Because sometimes in the overwhelmingness of our worries we dont realize what we DO have. Because sometimes, to get out of the darkness, you only need follow the smallest spark of light Have an amazing day loves and good luck Ever have a hard time finding the positive or just feel like shit? How about you start off with this: Be grateful for the people in your life. I truly believe that the man most loved is quite richer than he who posses the greatest wealth in diamonds. Basically yall, after everything, what are you left with? Love. What gets you through tough times? Love. Whats the one thing you can always count on? Love. Whenever you feel down or life gets to you, just think of the incredible people in your life The family who will never leave your side, the friends that have become family, and the strangers yet waiting to become your friend. There is so much hope and happiness and beauty in the realization that youre not alone and youre not, no matter what you think.

If you ever feel this way, just know there is someone out there waiting to love you. Be grateful for the people in your life. The people who hug you when you cry, who crack up with you over the stupidest things, who get up with you in the middle of the night to bake cookies or go out or sit side by side on your freaking phones. Money is temporary but love is forever. Youre not alone babes, I promise. And thats all I got for now Sending good vibes y y y y , y Controversial questions about cheerleading, from uniforms to athleticism, have surfaced in news and headlines. But the real question is should cheerleading be considered a sport? Cheerleaders would argue that it is, in fact, a sport. However, I disagree. Though cheerleaders endure after-school practices and even participate in cheering for their team, one must carefully evaluate the definition of a sport. A sport can be defined as an activity that engages in competition and follows rules accordingly. Cheerleading is not commonly considered a sport because of the inability to compete against an opponent. It is an activity solely dedicated to entertain and motivate the crowd during sports events. One of the most important requirements of a sport is to compete against another opponent, not just cheer to support your team.

When you think of a cheerleader, you might think of a girl shaking her pom-poms, shouting at the top of her lungs and cheering for the home team not competing against an opponent. Though some schools and universities participate in competitive cheerleading, the majority of cheerleaders only root for their team in the hopes of the team winning a game. According to the, statistics show that only 15 percent of the cheerleaders in the United States compete; therefore, cheerleading should not be considered a sport. Cheerleading, however, can be defined as an activity that involves a physical act of stunting, dancing and tumbling. The athleticism of cheerleaders is unquestionable. To perform their routines, cheerleaders are often spotted doing flips in the air, lifting people from off the ground and some even do backflips. Statistics show that more than 80 percent of cheer athletes have been injured during practice, according to the ThinkQuest Library. This proves that cheerleaders have the tenacity, strength and flexibility of any other sportsman. However, since only the minority of cheer squads compete, it would not be ideal to classify cheerleading as a sport. For now, cheerleading can be fairly classified as an activity, instead of a sport. Brea Darnell is a student at Rodriguez High School and writes for the school newspaper, The Stampede.

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