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I am a cheerleader Yes one of the girls who prisses around in a short skirt pony tail bobbing from side to side and a grin that could not possibly get any faker I might be recognized as a bobbsy airhead who only responds to the commands of Ready Okay and my only physical coordination involves clapping my hands and stomping my feet Since I am a cheerleader I would obviously not be considered the brightest of the bunch at school I would be more of a pretty little thing who stands on the sidelines more worried about breaking a sweat than about our team winning the game Oops I forgot some people cannot imagine me a cheerleader breaking a sweat because they do not consider cheerleading as a sport Okay so much for what people assume about me as a cheerleader Get ready for the real scoop Cheerleading an extracurricular activity to the average person but to me its an asset that has helped me to gain leadership skills to commit to myself and others and to appreciate a true passion It has helped me to set goals for my future have a positive outlook and develop friendships that will last a lifetime I first got involved with cheerleading six years ago Early on I began to develop leadership skills that have continued to grow through the years I was placed on a large squad with two selected captains I soon learned that even though I was not a leader of my squad I was a leader for my school What exactly does the word cheerleader mean Just by looking at the word itself it takes a leader to be one Webster defines a leader as one who leads but who is to say that that definition is complete Anyone can be outspoken have a cheerful attitude smile real pretty and maybe even have a lot of guts but to any cheerleader a leader
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