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81.92.203.74 | Fri 1st Nov 2019 - 07:56
 
Did anyone else watch Hidden lives? I had hoped it would be about Cheer but if focused a lot on how a "feminist" mum and makeup/hair crimping (i didn't know we still did that) Bit disappointed if i'm honest and not sure what the actual point of it was meant to be.
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86.175.237.107 | Fri 1st Nov 2019 - 12:21
 
Pet peeve, teams that start cheering and celebrating when 2nd place is announced, just wait until your name is called and give everyone their moment. i thought that was bad from both parents and kids. Not even one person clapped when the other team got 2nd to SA, just they stood there looking grim.
End credits only gave thanks to Chiltern Cheetahs (team they beat) when SA, Coventry Dynomite and Solid Rock all where in this as well as well as where they filmed at Legacy. Yeah i agree angle was wrong for this and could of been so much better.
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82.41.41.18 | Mon 4th Nov 2019 - 12:02
 
The screaming when the other team got second was just so wrong
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51.219.131.66 | Mon 4th Nov 2019 - 13:41
 
@post3, most frustrating was that it came from the parents. They should be setting an example. I understand the excitement but you have to bottle it up until it is your moment
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86.175.237.107 | Mon 4th Nov 2019 - 16:04
 
Glad im not the only one that thinks so, fortunate this behaviour does not happen to much from teams, i know for sure our coaches would have a word with our mums and kids if that was us, on tv or not so hopefully they will know now how to act. We all have high and low points at competitions, everyone should get their moment and if its not your that time show grace in loosing.
The mum didnt seem to have a proper grasp on what cheer is actually about and the dig at the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders was not needed, we do different things and they are athletes in their own right, their kicks are insane, they have to learn so many dances and i would love to see any team of 36 try and link up and jump into splits in unison. Its attitudes like that that add to the stereotype they are just hairsprayed bimbos!!!
Ally and Andrea would of been great to interview for this, if female empowerment was the angle then love the comps or hate them, those woman are passionate about this and would of been good interviewees. Was left thinking, what was it i was meant to of learnt from the whole thing.
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90.212.147.238 | Thu 7th Nov 2019 - 13:32
 
Where can you watch this show ?
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86.183.203.118 | Thu 7th Nov 2019 - 13:37
 
it was on bbc, its called hidden lives if you want to look for it on iplayer
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Wed 13th Nov 2019, 16:34
My unis rec team performed sideline at uni and sometimes professional basketball games and had a routine for half time (sort of a level 1/2 pom and cheer mix to make sure everyone could be involved safely). Juts a bit of something for everyone really, it depends on your athletes
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I know a few university teams who have competitive teams, and then for those not wanting to compete they'll do sideline/match day cheer, slightly more recreational and you can teach all elements, pom/stunt/tumble without the stress of competitive routines etc.
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Just wondering for rec teams, what sort of things do you do? Do you work towards a performance? Do you do sideline cheer, etc?
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