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USA Cheer is still working to further develop cheerleading across the country and get it the recognition it deserves.But I'll tell you something: most "competition" sports can't throw their teammates in the air and do half the stuff that cheerleaders do.I would then wander back through the weight room, jump in my dented up '99 SUV, and head back home to my family.
I wish that I could say, "and then I had a Paul moment, found Jesus, and he turned my life around," but in my case, it was quite the opposite. After having my first baby, I became so focused on doing something "for myself" that I hushed away the Holy Spirit's conviction and the catcalls and basked in my 15 minutes of fame. Watching my favorite football players just feet away from me? An unrest at the one-foot-in and one-foot-out Christian life I was living began to agitate my soul.
My first tryout was intense and difficult, and I was in the middle of my awkward stage. By high school, I was cheering for football and basketball, often having two-a-day practices when seasons overlapped. I’m one of the many who will tell you that cheerleading definitely is a sport (I have the scars to prove it).
I tumbled at a cheer gym outside of my school’s cheer program as well in hopes of doing competition, but I ultimately didn’t have the time for it. If you’re thinking about trying out, here are some things you should know: I hate it when people say that cheerleading isn't a sport because it's absurd.
Often times when someone at church finds out I was a NFL cheerleader, I get an awkward grimace usually followed by a nice, "Oh, cool." For good reason.
Last November, when I took my baby with me to go vote at the neighborhood polling place, my cheeks flushed red-hot as I looked up and saw my swimsuit spread splayed on the back wall of Joe-next-door's garage. But when the stadium lights went dark and I wiped off my red lipstick for the last time, all that was left were pictures of me in nothing more than big hair, a bathing suit and go-go boots.