Audition season is coming to an end… However; this doesn’t mean that you put an end to your training. One should always practice their art, whether a goal has been reached, or if it’s still a work in progress. Regardless of your situation, always be open to learning and exercising your brain.
Try learning my new choreo, “Where Are You Now.” Push yourself by taking my online classes and work on freestyling. Enjoy learning wherever you please, but just make sure that you’re giving it your all and taking everything seriously.
At the start of the video, study my accents with the music, my facials and power. Once I begin teaching the choreography, be sure to pay close attention to each movement, copying the choreography exactly how it is taught. With pro cheer, the directors and judges are looking for dancers that are able to dance as a team, not just as an individual. Therefore, avoid adding your own individual style. This dance was meant to be super clean and powerful, just like it would need to be on the field or court. Finally, make sure you use the first eight counts of the music to freestyle. Freestyling is a component that is usually part of the pro cheer audition process, so make sure you get super comfortable with it.
Most importantly, have fun learning! You’ll be surprised with how much faster you learn, all because you’re enjoying yourself!