Teams

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iconTiny Level 1 - Twinkles

The Twinkles (USASF Levels 1 ) are our Tiny team, consisting of minature athletes 5 and 6 years old. This team gives the little ones a chance to get out in front of a crowd and perform their routine. Skills focused on are basic but incorporate the full spectrum of competitive cheerleading. We may not be the most exciting team to watch but definately the cutest.  The Twinkles will practice (2) 50 minute practices per week. For more explaination on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website.

      

iconMini Level 1 - Sparkles

The Mini Level 1 (USASF Levels  1) is our Mini team, consisting of athletes 8 years old and younger. This team moves beyond the basics and progresses the younger ones into the more difficult aspects of competitive cheer.  Skills focused on are novice but are now including a wider range of full spectrum competitive cheerleading. The Mini Level 1's will practice (2) one and one hour practices per week. For more explaination on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website.

     

iconYouth Level 1 - Glimmer

The Youth Level 1 team (USASF Level 1) is one of our  youth teams which is an introduction to All-star teams emphasizing basic tumbling, stunting, arm motion technique, and stunts. The Level 1 team members are expected to perform, with proper training, front and back walkovers while learning front handsprings, standing back handsprings along with working connections of level 1 skills as well as strong jumps, motions, and stunt techniques.  The Level 1s will make appearances, exhibition, and compete their routines within the Omaha area as well as regionally. (2) Two hour practice per week.  We also encourage individuals to take an extra tumbling class or privates from their preferred instructor. For more explanation on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website.

  

iconJunior Level 1 - Dazzle

The Junior Level 1 team (USASF Level 1) is our new Junior Team which is an introduction to All-star teams emphasizing basic tumbling, stunting, arm motion technique, and stunts. The Level 1 team members are expected to perform, with proper training, front and back walkovers while learning front handsprings, standing back handsprings along with working connections of level 1 skills as well as strong jumps, motions, and stunt techniques.  The Level 1s will make appearances, exhibition, and compete their routines within the Omaha area as well as regionally. (2) Two hour practice per week.  We also encourage individuals to take an extra tumbling class or privates from their preferred instructor. For more explanation on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website.

      

iconYouth Level 2 - Shimmer

The Youth Level 2 (USASF Level 2 Youth) are our future. Athletes ranging in age from 11 years old and younger these kids are exceptional athletes with great skill potential. These team members focus on intermediate level skills, paving their way to a bigger and brighter future for Elite Cheer.  The Youth 2 team will have (2) - two hour practices.  An Additional tumbling classes is highly encouraged.  For more explanation on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website.

       

iconJunior Level 2 - Eclipse

Junior Level 2 (USASF Levels 2) is one of our beginner teams.  Developed as a junior novice/intermediate team, these athletes are 14 years and younger. Skills required include but are not limited to standing back handsprings, working multiples and round off backhandsprings. The Junior 2 team will have (2) 2.5 hour practices and a tumbling class is highly recommended.  For more explaination on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website. 

     

iconSenior Level 2 - Shine

Shine (USASF Levels 2) is a Sr. Intermediate team that competes nationally. Ages range from 18 years old to as young as 10 years old. This team is available for the novice/intermediate members and those getting ready for the advanced level of competition. Most of these athletes have about two years of experience at the competitive level. Shine will have (2) - 2 hour practices per week plus an additional 1 hour tumbling class within our 3/2 split. For more explanation on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website.

    

iconJunior Level 3 - Blaze

Junior Level 3 (USASF Level 3 ) is an Intermediate Junior All-Star team that is quickly becoming a huge success for our program, and available for those athletes whom possess the drive for excellence.  Athletes from 14 years old to as young as 7 with a good knowledge of competitive cheer is the make-up of this team.  Due to the fact that children develop at different rates, this program is perfect for the average athlete just realizing their potential, as well as for advanced Athletes who may be coming into the program with previous experience from within the community or those with less than 2 years of cheerleading knowledge.  Junior 3 athletes will be required to compete round off back handspring backs, back handspring backs, and shold be working layouts, bounders and front to back tumbling, along with strong stunting technique.  Above average jumps, motion technique and performance presence will be expected as well.  The Junior 3 team will have (2) 2 hour practices and an additional 1 hour tumbling practice within our 3/2 split.  For more explanation on USASF Levels, please go to the Forms tab of this website.

iconSenior 4 - Fusion

The Senior 4 are a USASF Senior Level 4 skilled team that is quickly becoming a huge success for our program. This is an Advanced Senior All-Star team available for those athletes whom possess the drive for excellence.  Athletes from 18 years old to as young as 10 with a good knowledge of competitive cheer is the make-up of this team.  Athletes will be required to compete round off back handspring layouts, bounders to layouts both standing and running, back handspring backs, standing backs, bounders and front to back tumbling, and shold be working fulls, along with strong stunting technique.  Above average jumps, motion technique and performance presence will be expected as well.The Senior 4 team will have (2) 2 hour practices plus an additional 1 hour tumbling class with our 3/2 split.  For information on what USASF Levels are please go to the Forms tab of this website.

iconSenior 4.2 -

The Senior 4.2 is a USASF Senior Level 4.2 skilled team and is new to our program. This is a combination of Advanced Senior All-Star athletes along with beginner/intermediate tumbling athletes.  This team is available for those athletes whom possess a desire for excellence.  Athletes from 18 years old to as young as 10 with a good knowledge of competitive cheer is the make-up of this team.  Athletes will be required to compete level 2 tumbling skills - but may be working on advanced level 4 and level 5 tumblings skills, along with strong stunting technique skills.  Above average jumps, motion technique and performance presence will be expected as well.The Senior 4 team will have (2) 2 hour practices plus an additional 1 hour tumbling class with our 3/2 split.  For information on what USASF Levels are please go to the Forms tab of this website.

iconSenior Level 5 - Stars

Stars, now the pinnicle of our program - Level 5 Small Senior team.  In the ever growing all-star market, many teams are made up of highly skilled athletes. Elite Cheer will specially select advanced skilled Elite Cheer athletes to compete for the prestigious World Championships.  The Stars are the highest honored team in our program.  It is a USASF Level 5 skilled team that will require triple toe backs, toe fronts, layouts (working fulls), fulls, double fulls, bounders, and other mixi passes.  The Stars will be picked in a special tryout accounting for skills, work ethic, attendance, and coach-ability.  Their practice will be approximately 7 hours per week!!  For more explanation of USASF Levels please click on the Forms tab of this website. 

    

 

iconSenior Restricted Level 5 - Fa5t

In the ever growing all-star market, many teams are made up of highly skilled athletes. Elite Cheer will specially select advanced skilled Elite Cheer athletes to compete on our NEW level 5 restricted team.  The Fast 5 are up and comers and potential new Stars or alternates for our highest level team.  It is a USASF Level 5 restricted skilled team that will require triple toe backs, toe fronts, layouts (working fulls), fulls, bounders, and other mixi passes.  The Fast 5 will be picked in a special tryout accounting for skills, work ethic, attendance, and coach-ability.  Their practice will be approximately 2 hours per week!!  For more explanation of USASF Levels please click on the Forms tab of this website. 

iconSpecial Needs - Glow

Our special needs team is a new program that is showing outstanding potential.  We have developed this team to enhance not only our program - but the lives of those that don't get a chance to compete or perform in other sports.  The All-Star industry has welcomed this group of incredible athletes for several years now.  This team is designed for those with disabilities and encompasses skill levels to fit the needs of the many wonderful students that fall in this category.  We are super excited for this part of our family to grow and blossom over the next several years. 

iconPrep Teams

Elite created half season teams that are introductory to our full season teams.  This allows new atheltes and families that either may not know what we are about - or are not ready to commit to a full season - get a feel for our program.  Skills and Training are the same with progressions mimicing our full season athletes.  The pace is a little slower with emphasis on routines and competing at the all-star level.  Training ends up being about 4 months shorter and competitions are all close to home.  This is an excellent way to start our program without being fully submersed in the World of All-Star Cheer!

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