Cheer Cincy E-Mag 10-07: The Competition Planner Issue

July 6, 2010

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In The Competition Planner Issue: MVC Emily Kaltenbach of Clermont Northeastern High School, nutrition tips for teens, local news and more.

Cheer Cincy E-Mag: Local Cheer News and Events

Cheer Cincy - Your Community Cheerleading Resource

The Competition Planner: July 2010


I had hoped to have a new version of Cheer Cincy’s local calendar ready by today. I’m striving to make it an amazing, comprehensive database of local cheer events that you can search and sort through. I’ll let you know when it’s ready. Until then, you can still submit events on our current calendar page — and enjoy $25 off Teen Boot Camp from our new fitness columnist. See below for details!
Lindsay Kottmann

Most ValuableMVC Emily Kaltenbach
Emily Kaltenbach

Clermont Northeastern High School

Helping kids with special needs and attending real college classes is all in a day’s work for this high school senior.

“All around as a cheerleader, she’s incredible.

Read Emily’s Story
See Emily’s Photos

Photos by All Pro Images
Styling by Katie at Main Street Salon in Batavia

Nominate yourself or someone you know to be next month’s

Ultimate Cheer and Dance Floor Rentals

Emily is sponsored by
Ultimate Cheer and Dance Floor Rentals.        


Keeping it Tight

Health Advice Just for Local Cheerleaders

Melissa Matson of Keep it Tight Fitness

Four quick tips for a healthy, fit diet from Melissa Matson, owner of Keep it Tight Fitness in Mason.

PLUS, $25 off KIT’s Teen Boot Camp


News and Events

“Chessgate 2010”
In case
you missed it: The uproar over Varsity’s testimony against cheerleading
being considered a sport by Title IX standards. (pictured: there’s been a lot of talk of comparing cheerleading to chess)

SNL Cheerleaders: Where Cheer and Chess Go Great Together

Midwest Cheer Elite to Open Location in Northern Kentucky: New cheer gym coming to Florence

Premier Athletics Coaches Travel Overseas: They’ll rep the U.S. in London, Germany

Summer Cheer Fun in Cincy: A few summer events; make sure to add

To submit your squad’s news, e-mail

Featured Event: Cheer For a Cure Register for The Greater Midwest Cheer-Expo‘s Cheer for a Cure Event by Oct. 2 and pay just $20 per

Around The Web

Investing in a Choreographer: Ohio’s own Patrick Fogarty explains how to choose

Confessions of a Cheer Mom: Do all-star moms get a bad rap?

Thinking of Hosting Your Own Competition?
Before you do, see what this expert has to say in our Sponsor Q&A.

Definitely invest in a warmup area

Pictured: Lloyd Memorial High School, 2009, All Pro Images.

Lloyd Memorial High School Cheerleaders

Cheer SalonLaura Schell-Baker of Ooh La La Spa

Laura Schell-Baker is a fabulous local makeup artist who specializes in looks for cheerleaders. She also writes a column for Cheer Cincy.

Read it Here


Cheer Cincy PollPOLL: Who hosts your favorite annual cheerleading competition?
Is it a big company or a local gym? VOTE!

GTM Scorpion UniformThe Cheer Boutique

Need new uniforms? This shimmery, lightweight material actually wicks away sweat.

See the whole outfit

Gameday Championships

Game Day Championships
Register your squad for a Gameday event before Aug. 31 and you’ll be entered to win a free consultation on your routine
from the professionals at Cheerography — a $100 value.
Click Here to Learn More

Star Power (initial consultation)*
Review of Routine*
Voice Critique*
Detailed Report of Suggested Changes to POWER UP YOUR SCORE!*


Cheer Marketing 101Tanya Roesel of Midwest Cheer Elite

Have you missed Tanya Roesel’s column
series for cheer business owners?

Read Them Here

Cheer Cincy EditorialEditorial: Cheerleading as a Sport

When people ask if cheerleading is a sport, what are they really getting at? One local coach suggests an unconventional approach when you address this heated topic.
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