Coaching Cheerleading: A Productive Practice
Good cheerleading coaches must teach, guide, train, inspire and motivate.
In order to do all of these tasks, you need to have a daily plan that incorporates all these fundamentals.
Cheerleaders not only work on physical skills but leadership jobs and duties. Because of these many responsibilities, organization is vital to a successful cheerleading program. As their coach, you must plan for the season, not just the daily practices. Well-defined goals and timelines will make you and your cheerleading squad succeed.
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