Jr 4 Two Mans...what's It Worth?

Discussion in 'Skills' started by tdittmar, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. tdittmar

    tdittmar I named my pet Sir Fierce-a-lot

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    I know that every scoresheet is different, but I was wondering generally speaking, if two mans to a half and then pressed to a full extension are considered more difficult that a regular stunt sequence would be for a jr 4 team? They also single down afterwards.


    I just wonder because I haven't seen any other jr 4 team do two mans this year. The girls love them, but I wonder how they are actually scored.
     
  2. ArizonaMVP

    ArizonaMVP I shimmy daily

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  3. SparkleSpankies

    SparkleSpankies I think I can mix Cheer Music

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    Anytime you can get more girls in the air and use less bases is a positive to me when I am judging as long as it is executed well! How is it scored... depends, everyone is different, I would probably say fairly well b/c you are able to show that you can put up many girls and the girls can do ALL of the same skills so MOSTLY I believe it would be received well and scored fairly high from judges.
     
  4. NEliteSteven

    NEliteSteven Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    I had to double check and make sure it wasn't a tiny team by how the coach was marking everything. haha
     
  5. FierceinTeal

    FierceinTeal Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    Cheerforce Large Junior 4 puts up 10 - 2 Mans this season

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    I still see 2 mans in level 4 often but more teams tend to be leaning towards the 2 man prep double downs like ArizonaMVP posted rather than one leg extended stunts.