For most cheerleaders, cheering is for football games, pep rallies, and the thanksgiving parades. But for the more competitive, it is much more than that. Countless hours of practice for cheering, tumbling, stunts and dance routines are spent perfecting techniques. But if you want to get that competitive edge, cheerleading squads must go to camp. Not just any camp, UCA cheerleading camp. UCA stands for Universal Cheerleading Association. It is the biggest cheerleading association in the world and is renowned for holding the most intense and aggressive camps every summer.
UCA Cheerleading Camps Gets High Marks
UCA produces more collegiate cheerleaders than any other organization. This comes from hard work and passion for cheerleading. During the summer, UCA holds camps all throughout the country helping boys and girls create new friends, memories, and don't forget new UCA cheerleaders. If you are just starting out cheering, UCA provides one-day clinics which cover very basic techniques. These clinics are for new comers who are just learning the basics of cheerleading. They teach a ton of safety tips, chants and the easiest of stunts. These clinics are for any age and groups are welcome.
College spirit camps and basic summer camps are for the high school squads and even competition teams. These camps usually take place on a university or college campus. These camps are filled with new stunts, cheers, and dances that squads have never learned. They are usually a week long and very labor intense. This is where cheerleaders can go from average, to elite. Another great part of these camps is that they allow for visits. Parents, friends, and family can come and watch the teams compete with other squads during the week.