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Appropriate Attire

is considered an essential safety factor in cheerleading. Rules and expectations during practice are provided for the safety of your child athlete. 

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Safety & Performance

Inappropriate personal attire serves only to hinder performance and may well be the contributing factor if not the direct cause of an injury.

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Appropriate Attire

is considered an essential safety factor in cheerleading. Rules and expectations during practice are provided for the safety of your child athlete. 

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Safety & Performance

Inappropriate personal attire serves only to hinder performance and may well be the contributing factor if not the direct cause of an injury.

Wear Your Uniform

Cheerleaders are encouraged to wear their uniform to practices. Although we want the uniform to stay clean, we want the children to feel they are real cheerleaders, at every practice!

Snug Fitting Clothing

It’s an essential safety factor for your child to wear snug fitting clothing. Remember to allow freedom of movement but loose fitting garments and pocketed apparel is not recommend because of their potential to catch or entangle a performer during stunting or pyramid stunts. 

No Jewelry or Metal

Jewelry, including hard hair accessories, such as large barrettes is prohibited in all practices and performance settings. These articles serve no useful purpose in cheerleading and present some significant hazards to the performing cheerleader. 

Supportive Shoes

A shoe will perform no better than it fits. A properly fitted shoe should lace snugly with an even spacing between the eyelets. Preferably an athletic show with adequate cushioning to help minimize injuries to feet, knees, and back.

4998 S. Galleria Drive Murray, Utah 84123 (Valor Preparatory Academy)
Mon - Friday 9 am - 8 pm
385-743-2295
cheerwithus@utahvelocitycheer.com