Choreography Tips For Dance, Drill Team, Guard, & Cheer

 

Innovative choreography is a key factor in building a team or squad that rocks. Choreography for dance team, drill team, cheerleading, colorguard, winterguard, twirlers or majorettes, pro cheer, and other performing groups is a complicated topic because it must deal with issues including safety, competitions, rules and regulations, music, themes, age appropriate material, precision, layout, formations, transitions, and more.

This is a new section so check back often for the latest updates. Meanwhile watch SpiritU for upcoming online classes covering topics like choreography, camps, competitions, judging, coaching certification, stunts and more for dance, drill team, cheerleading, colorguard, winterguard, twirling, pro cheer, and more.

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