Competitive cheerleading. Not yelling at a football game.
Of all the sports, Cheer Leading is the most likely to produce an injury. Statistically, you are far safer playing football.
Cheerleading involves physical activity and competing with other teams so yes, I would consider it a sport.
CHEERLEADING IS NOT A SPORT. At all. Whatsoever. Anytime. Anywhere. Except..... Allstar Cheerleading. I'm not gonna argue all day long so here ya go. This is my allstar cheerleading team when we went to the Summit. Go on. Click on it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv6aMv1m__A Once you're done, try to argue with me.
because the people that picked no are lame and they need to expand their education because they're obviously dumb. also my friend is a cheerleader and she has gotten hurt, and fractured her legs twice. Also if there is no competition,then what are school competitions where we COMPETE in front of people and do our best to win? huh? got a problem?
Yes… it’s just as difficult as football is not more. It’s physical, Competitive or for entertainment which defines sport so what’s the problem? A bunch of people who hate having their attention taken from their precious sport?
Cheer-leading is not a sport it is a activity/hobby that does not require mental and physical pain such as football and basketball...
In my opinion a sport should be: -Competitive between two teams or groups of people -Strategic -Physically and mentally challenging to everyone -Fun for everyone playing Cheerleading does not seem to posses the qualities of being a "Real" sport.
Not the cheerleading that occurs on the sidelines at a football game but I believe that competitive cheerleading can be considered a sport. By the way just because you can get hurt does not make it a sport.