Cheerleading Week

Although cheerleading might seem like a feminine sport, it is actually a very involved and challenging sport that requires lots of practice, finesse and positive attitude. Cheerleading was not just a popular pastime for high school students. Many went on to become famous cheerleaders, both nationally and internationally. Cheerleading Week is a celebration of their athletic accomplishments.

Cheerleading Week celebrates the achievements of cheerleaders. It also helps people learn more about cheerleading and the many benefits it offers. Linda Lundy was a well-respected cheerleading coach, choreographer and judge. She founded Cheerleading Week in 2005.

She was the former chairperson of the US Aerobic Association in Texas, and is currently a member of the US All Star Federation. Her experience helping others achieve their cheerleading dreams has been turned into a holiday people can enjoy and learn about the famous cheerleaders.

Many people who participate in cheerleading find it a rewarding experience. Cheerleading can increase confidence, improve health, and socialize. Many people think cheerleading is just jumping and waving pom poms. It can be hard work and requires a lot practice to be competitive at an international level for those who know.

Cheerleading is an incredible part of many people’s lives. Cheerleading Week aims to educate the public about cheerleading through group activities, community service and fundraising.

Cheerleading Week is a great opportunity to get involved. You can audition in your community to take part. Visit the library to learn more about famous cheerleaders.

Volunteer at your college or high school to help organize a kick-off pep rallies. Start a campaign to educate people about cheerleading and encourage them to join their local squad if you are passionate about it.

Post your opinion piece on your favorite blog. Use the hashtag #cheerleadingweek to share this holiday with your friends on social media.


Feb 04 - 10 2025


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