Free Cheerleading Guide: How To Handle The Sibling Factor

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Cheerleaders and coaches may be wary of having siblings on the same cheer squad because of potential conflicts, but there are actually many advantages having siblings as teammates. Fill out the form below to get your free copy now, and easily save, print and share this guide with your cheer community! Name* First Last Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Zip Code Which best describes you: CheerleaderDancerCoachParentChoreographerOther Sign me up to receive emails from Omni Cheer Blog and its partners Omni Cheer Blog does not sell your contact information. See our privacy policy. Email Preview Advantages The close-knit relationships siblings share serve as a foundation for having a supportive and trustworthy team member, and improving a cheer squad’s unity. Check out these 4 awesome advantages! Leading Siblings Coaching or being captain of a cheerleading squad that includes siblings might leave you nervously worrying about having to deal with sibling rivalries and family issues, but fear not” “having siblings on the same team can prove advantageous if you know how to handle the situation! Cheering With Siblings Being on a team with two people from the same family can be a challenge, but it can also bring a great dynamic and advantage to a cheerleading squad. Raising Teammates Being a parent to siblings that are on the same cheerleading squad can be a challenge, but can also build a life-long family bond! Here are some things to encourage, and discourage, from your kids when they are on the same cheerleading team. Download your FREE copy of the guide now to access all the tips!

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