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Posted 05 October 2018 - 10:28 AM
I've noticed a few other posters mentioning cheer lately and thought I'd set up a thread to talk all things cheer.
My youngest (she'll be turning 7 next month) started rec cheer last year, and semi competitive this year (1 cheer class per week, plus she does an extra tumble class), and 2 competitions a year. We're thinking of stepping up to competitive cheer next year (2 x 2 hr classes per week, and 5-6 comps).
Posted 05 October 2018 - 01:36 PM
My daughters do cheer, the older one did rec cheer last year and comp cheer this year.
The younger one was 6 this year and is doing rec cheer. She is thinking she may do gymnastics or ballet next year. I like dance and cheer because there is no waiting around for everyone to have thier turn like gymnastics.
So far they both really like it.
Posted 17 October 2018 - 05:10 PM
My 10yo DD does competitive cheer . She's really enjoying it. Like your DD OP she does one class a week and one tumble class a week with 2-3 comps a year.
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