Stories from the Sport of Cheer Community
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Do You Believe You Can Do It?
Get to know Coach Austin Wilder as he shares his experiences on growing up and spearheading Sport of Cheerread more
A Leap of Faith Back Into Group Activities
When your baby’s (of any age, who are we kidding, they are always our babies!) ready to take that first big leap into organized sports or activities, whether for the first time or just the first time since early 2020, you may have some questions…here’s a quick FAQ to help address some of them!read more
Newton’s First Law Says…
No matter what your family’s tumbling interest or experience level, your child is guaranteed to come out of each class having worked hard, played hard, with new goals set, and built on their enthusiasm for movement and fitness.read more
Kong Vaults? Cat Leaps? What Exactly is Parkour?
It’s a good fit for active kids that enjoy tumbling, martial arts, and/or obstacle courses who enjoy a less traditional approach to fitness. Playful as it may be, don’t be fooled: Parkour requires extreme strength, endurance, flexibility, and skill to master the moves.read more
A Step in the Right Direction
I kept seeing posts of a friend’s daughter doing back handsprings on Sport of Cheer’s long, runway trampoline with such glee. This looked right up our alley, but what caught my attention most was her mask.read more
Parkour Sparks New Growth
When your kids are happy and chasing their bliss. When they have space to ‘just be kids again’ – it is only then that I have been able to see the new growth ready to blossom and that I can take a rest.read more
If I could give Sport of Cheer 50 stars I would happily do so. My daughter has improved by leaps and bounds not only in her attitude but also in her skill level since we have been attending Sport of Cheer.
Show and tell
The owners are both trained tumblers that can “show and tell” which is an important part of teaching young learners. My daughter is coming off of 2 major injuries from our last team, she was scared she may never cheer again… not on Austin’s watch. I CANNOT thank them enough.