Stunt Goes Wrong in Norway

By | August 17, 2017

Cheerleading stunts are the most exciting aspect of the sport. Everyone loves that exhilarating feeling they get when they watch cheerleaders sail through the air in a display of athleticism, dexterity and grace. However, before attempting any cheerleading stunts all members of the squad must have a firm and complete understanding of the procedure and their role in the stunt to avoid injuring any of the parties involved in the stunt.

The three positions in cheerleading stunting are flyer, bases, and spots. As the name implies, the flier is the cheerleader who is thrown into the air during the stunt. The flyers are usually the smallest, lightest, and most athletic members of the squad.

The bases provide the main support for the flier before, during and after the stunt. For this reason, the base is often viewed as the most difficult position in cheerleading because it requires a great deal of physical and mental strength. The bases are most often the tallest and strongest members of the squad, since they lift and throw the flier into the air.

Finally, the spots or spotters are the members of the squad who make sure that nothing goes wrong during the stunt, which means that must always keep their eyes on the flyer throughout the stunt. They have the important task of counting the time for the stunt and are usually the most agile, alert, and aggressive squad members.

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