All-Star Nfhs Rules Under Nca

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Rudags

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I got an email from a coach who I do choreography for saying that their program is now "following the NFHS rules under NCA for Recreational Cheerleading." She was told the only way to get a copy of these rules was to purchase the rule book for $50.

This sounds absurd. "We have new rules - Give us $50 if you want them" Yeah... Not so much.

First of all, if you know anything about rec - The coaches are often volenteer's and dont get paid. A lot of them dont have money set aside for things and they practice outside on grass - MAYBE they have a mat or two if they are lucky.

Anyway - Does anyone know another way to obtain this book of rules? I would think there would HAVE to be an online thing somewhere to print them off. It really seems weird that they have to pay $50 to know their new rules.

Hopefully this post doesnt give the USASF any ideas.... LOL!
 
Do any other sports make u pay for their rules? It sounds absurd to me too!
 
I did some research online briefly, and I found a website that directed me to nfhs.org - but couldnt find any info on the purchasing book thing. The website before the redirect though said "Visit NFHS.org to buy a copy of the rules"
 
This is a bit off topic but I have been wondering this ever since our last competition where I saw well known gyms with lots of higher level teams competing in the rec division. Granted, the rec team was a mini 1, but still how can an all-star program compete in a rec league if they are clearly not a rec program? I never could find rules or guidelines on the EP websites that determined what exactly a rec team was. Sounds like I may have to purchase them now?
 
This is a bit off topic but I have been wondering this ever since our last competition where I saw well known gyms with lots of higher level teams competing in the rec division. Granted, the rec team was a mini 1, but still how can an all-star program compete in a rec league if they are clearly not a rec program? I never could find rules or guidelines on the EP websites that determined what exactly a rec team was. Sounds like I may have to purchase them now?

I know A LOT of allstar teams that take their minis as rec. I dont see a problem with it. Maybe it is determinant of hours practiced?
 
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