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Congrats to Maddy for Making the High School Team

17 May

Well, we never doubted for 1 second

Congrats on making your High School Cheer Team. We can’t wait to see you in uniform and on the sidelines!

Go Maddy!

Congratulations to RAW Elite Allstars Althetes in the Fremont San Jose Bay Area

25 Oct

CONGRATULATIONS to team Jevan for hitting their toss to extension. This team worked really hard to execute this skill clean and it looks spectacular! Congrats to you all!

RAW Elite Allstars has been training hard working allstars cheerleaders and dancers for nearly 4 and 1/2 years now. The program has coaches with over 25+ collective years of gymnastic, cheerleading and competitive dance experience. For anyone looking for a serious Allstars Program where cheerleaders safely move up typically one to sometimes two levels after a full season of dedication and training, then its time to join RAW Elite Allstars – THE SMALL GYM WITH BIG WINS

2012-2015 Ranked 2nd in the US in Dance/4th in the US in Cheer (Jamsport 2014), National Champions, Overall Grand Champions with brands such as USA Varsity, GSSA, Jamsport, Extreme Sport and more. RAW Elite Allstars athletes performed for President Barack Obama and US Mayors in 2015 and have worked on other projects for things like Pixar Monsters University, Step Up Revolution Project and more. Year round registration, contact Coach Nicole or Andrea for more information

Bay Area Cheerleading Tryouts aka Placements Enroll Today

16 Aug


We are excited when athletes are able to move up through hard work and dedication. Today we move two of our athletes who was determined to make a higher level team. Coming in nearly everyday to train and hit all their skills, you have shown to be a champion at heart.

But moving up a level leaves a space open on our entry level team. SOOOOOO…That means TRYOUTS will open up once again!

2 SPACES have opened up for our NO EXPERIENCE required team. Contact Director Dre at or 510-992-6811. Schedule your placement today!

The team is looking for 1 Strong Base and 1 Flyer.

Bay Area Fremont Stars Cheer Raw Allstars

Come see why our dedicated athletes experience rapid growth. See why our Small Division Program has taking titles against large programs and teams twice our size.

We don’t claim to be perfect, we have our high’s and our low’s. But, we have big high’s (like taking 1st place at Nationals hosted by USA Varsity Jamsport and more) when ALL Athletes are focused, dedicated, hardworking, make practices, stretch daily and focus on being the best they can be on the mats. That is the formula for #success

Bay Area Cheerleaders win title of All-American. London here we come

16 Aug

Big shout out to RAW Elite Allstars Athletes Maya for earning the UCA Title of All-American and earning her invitation to perform in London for New Years 2016

RAW Allstars

Another celebration athlete Yin earned the title of best all around athlete, this title gives him a special invitation to perform All American Half Time Show.

Congrats to these hard working athletes, we are beyond excited to have such amazing talent in our program, these All American Titles were well deserved

Congrats you made your High School Cheerleading Team

3 May
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Wishing you a year of join, fun and skill building!

Mid Atlantic Championships – Congrats to all

5 Jan

Congrats to all the teams that competed at the Mid Atlantic Championships. First or last, if you put all you had, the best you on the floor – then hold your head high and be proud.




Bay Area Competitive Cheerleading – Part Time or Full Time Athlete

3 Jan


Cheerleading and Dance Nationals are fast approaching  for most cheer and dance programs. This time of year can be fun and stressful, it brings on a mixed bag of emotions for many athletes and sometimes coaches.
Every year, coaches will meet a variety of athletes. Some are all about first place, some are all about gaining amazing technique while others are just interested in the fan-fair of being in a dance or cheerleading uniform. This is what can make Nationals a challenge. See, only focusing on 1st place or only focusing on technique but not showmanship, etc or even worst no focus other than being cute – these are all bad for the competing team.

An athlete is either fully committed or a part-time athlete. You can’t be both. After years of coaching sports from football, basketball, soccer, cheerleading, dance, gymnastics, etc. Our coaches have seen it all, but one thing we all agree on is you can’t be a part-time athlete and expect to perform like a fully committed athlete. It’s not an insult, it’s just the truth.

A fully committed athlete is that athlete who is first to practice, last to leave. That athlete that goes home and does their drills (for whatever sport it is) at least 5 days a week. The fully committed athlete is always looking for ways to grow and improve in their sport. That can mean going outside and pushing their mile time. Maybe they watch video’s of the top athlete in their field and work hard to reach that elite level. A fully committed athlete is the one who is practicing without being told, stretching without anyone watching. The person who wants to improve every week and will push themselves to achieve those goals no matter what challenges comes their way. This is what separates the Olympians from the recreational competitors – first place from last. The fully committed athlete focuses on technique, being top in competition, looking the best on the competition floor, they are looking at every aspect from sportsmanship to athleticism – they understand it’s everything – not just one element that matters on the competition floor.

A part-time athlete is the one who focuses on just a few elements, it’s like a partly committed student (it doesn’t work). Maybe they only focus on technique, maybe it’s just about being first but not putting in the daily work to be what they say they want to be. Sports are no different that school work. If your Calculus teacher goes over formals all week in class. tells you to study those formulas at home because next week you are going to have a test. But you only pay attention in class and do no homework, no studying (this is the same as not stretching or running drills your coach gives you) – what do you think the results will be for more than 90% of these kids who don’t do their homework. Typically the results are a grade of C or lower. In the sports world that translates to taking last or close to last.

It’s common sense – The student (or athlete) that studies (or drills) daily (even a little) will typically get the A. The athlete or team of athletes that trains everyday (even when not in the gym) will normally take home 1st. Those who do anything less, you should expect less. That old saying “You get what you put into it” is so very true.

If your an athlete, just ask yourself “Can I take home the top prize if my opponent works everyday to become the best athlete on the floor and I only train twice a week?”

As coaches we meet all sorts of athletes, but those who make their sport part of their daily life will find Nationals to be a proud moment – win or lose. See, an athlete that trains daily knows when they hit the competition floor they are bring the best “them” to the floor. They know when they are done that put the most amazing performance they could place on the floor. Win or lose, they will walk away with pride. It is the athlete that does NOT put 150% into practices, drills and performance that will walk away with sadness and disappointment. Even if they take 2nd place they will still be sad because they know didn’t put their best on the floor.

When gearing up for Nationals, you have to decide are you a Fully Committed Athlete or a Part-Time Athlete. Once your performance is over will you walk off the floor knowing you do the best you that you could bring.