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Winter sports start to come into place, but some people don't think what I do is a sport. I think it's considered a sport because you have to work just as hard. Just because it's not a major one it doesn't mean anything.
I'm a cheer leader. I hate it when people tell me cheer leading isn't a sport because it is. You have to lift someone in the air, and keep the sturdy while they twist and turn. Looping your hands together to through them up so high. Getting hit, slapped, kicked, elbowed, and kneed, but you just shake it off because you have to keep going.Practicing for 3=three hours to make your self better. Sweating so much because you've been dancing, doing kart wheels, round offs, and even when you run out of a sweat you still keep going. You build up your strength until you can't take it anymore. You cry, bleed, break bones, and get bruises.
I'd like you to try cheer leading if you think it's not a sport. Try it for a week, and see how it feels. Actually just try it for a day, and then you can tell me cheer leading isn't a sport.