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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

MOVING ON UP! *CHEER PLACEMENTS HAPPENING NOW*

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 cheer@rawtalents.org 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

Bay Area Cheerleaders Entertain Hundreds of Bay Area Residents

3 Aug

RAW Elite cheerleaders were honored to be invited to perform and host a gaming booth for the Kid’s Center at the Fremont Arts & Wine Festival. Our athletes, from San Jose/Fremont/Union City/Richmond/San Mateo, were honored to be able to perform in front of hundreds of Bay Area Families.

Bay CheerPerformers included an Allstars Showcase demonstrating a variety of skills and drills they perform each week at practiced. Then moved on with a demonstration of basic to advance stunts and pyramids.

The RAW team members hosted a Minute to Win It booth, where bay area kids would stopped by and played a variety of MTWI games such as Movin’ on Up, House Stacker and more.

RAW had over 300 kids stop by and enjoy our many games and yummy prizes. Our athletes had a blast with everyone and can’t wait until our next event.

Didn’t make the Cheerleading or Dance Team?

6 Jun

Bay Area Cheer Enroll Now

Bay Area High School Cheerleading Tryouts and Middle School Tryouts

13 May

All Bay Area High School and Middle School students are invited to tryout on May 17 at our summer training site in Fremont, CA. Just minutes from Redwood City, San Jose, Livermore, Santa Clara and more. This year RAW has athletes from across the Greater Bay Area.

Tryouts are open to everyone in Middle School and High School. EVERYONE MAKES A TEAM.

Come join your 2015 Bay Area National Champions and Overall Grand Champions in Cheer and Dance.

For more information email teams@rawtalents.org or call 510-992-6811

We look forward to seeing you soon!

#cheerleading #tryouts #allstars #highschool #sports

RECAP: HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS MAY 17 Centralmont Place Fremont

Middle School Cheer Tryouts May 17 Centralmont Place Fremont

Congrats you made your High School Cheerleading Team

3 May
Congratulations 
 
on 
Making the 
2015-2016
 
 
Wishing you a year of join, fun and skill building!
 
 

Bay Area Cheerleaders – Competitive Team Home Work Out

17 Sep

Here are a few things to do at home everyday to keep in peak performance while outside of the training gym:

Pushups 20 – On toes, not knees and keep back straight
Pike Pushups 10 – Raise hips up in the air to make an inverted “V” while performing a push up.
Handstand Pushups 10 – Against a wall. Use spotter if necessary.
Arm Circles – Forward/Backwards 50 – Hit a “T” motion and use a very tiny and controlled motion to circle arms forward.
Handstand Hold –  minute 2 x 10 times Against wall.
Hollow Hold 10 x 2 minutes 2 Lie on back with arms extended overhead while “hollowing out” your body so abs are tight, feet and hands are not touching the floor. “Rock n Rolls” may be added (stay hollow roll).
Crunches 30 – With legs crossed in the air and hands behind head,perform a set up only going half way up. Use stomach
muscles for the crunch and not hands behind head to lift body.

Keep working every day and check back often to see other workouts. Remember team members, post a Vid #rawallstars and get your Training Points!

Emeizo – YOU DID IT

8 Jan

Congratulations to Emeizo for landing your back walkover. Training always pays off! Time to turn up the heat and get those back handsprings down

High School Cheerleading Tryout Training for Northern California

31 Mar

Train to be Your Best

Everyday, our program receives phone calls from prospective cheerleaders/dancers or their parents asking if they have to take tryout training classes. Now most programs would ramble off an immediate yes in an effort to make the sale. But were a little different than that. First we go through a series of questions such as why are you looking for training and has the prospective cheerleader/dancer ever tried out for their team before. These questions are important and help our coaches give a very informed answer to the prospective student or parent.

You have to decide for yourself if you need the training because you don’t want to waste time or money if you already have the key elements needed the average tryout. Think about these things: If your trying out for the cheer team do you have the basic jumps, tumbling, “sharpness” and energy needed to make you stand out in a cheerleading tryout. If you can’t land with flawlessness some of the most basic jumps (toe touch, herky, pike and hurdler) then you should really consider taking a tryout class.

If you are shy and fell silly yelling out loud in front of a group of people by yourself, then you MUST take tryout classes. Tryouts are not the place to start to attempt to overcome your shyness. You need to knock all those “I’m too shy” bugs off you long before you hit the tryout training sessions. Being shy and quiet are the worst things you can be when trying out for any spirit leadership role. It’s almost worst than the snippy mean girl attitude. Trust me, you should never be mean or snippy, but shyness is a none option. As a cheerleading and dance tryout judge, there are plenty of talented kids who do not make the team because they are too shy and embarrassed to be loud or hit the routine.

For dancers, you need to make sure you have the flexibility and understand the basic dance turns. Training for dance tryouts are a little more challenging because if your school has a competitive dance team, they may require technique skills (that take months and sometimes years to perfect) during their tryout sessions. If you don’t have your splits, your going to find dance team tryouts far more difficult than cheerleading tryouts. The flexibility required to be a on dance team takes some time to gain. We are not saying give up your dream for dance team tryouts, but if you don’t have the most basic of flexibility and turns your going to have to train at least 3 times as hard as the next person.

Most importantly, when thinking about trying out for your cheerleading or dance team you need to be realistic. This means, if your school requires you to have a 3.0 to tryout and you have a 2.0 don’t waste your time. It doesn’t matter how great you do, they will not put you on the team unless you meet the minimum academic requirements. If your dance team is a Nationally ranked team that requires you to have quad piro’s and you don’t have the coordination to land one, then quickly get yourself into a dance or tryout specific training class.

Tryout training classes are important and very helpful to most young guys and girls. The right class will teach you the skills as well as the etiquette of tryouts. All tryout our classes should be well rounded and incorporate jumps, strength training, basic dance and cheer techniques, showmanship, tumbling, rallying, stunts and more. It doesn’t mean you will perfect it all, specially if you are taking a 6 week training session, but it will prepare you with the knowledge on how to do it all and terminology will make complete sense to you when you get to tryouts.

Our Bay Area Cheerleading and Dance Tryout class coaches have a 98% success rate for those in our 8 to 12 week program.

We have successfully training young students who have proudly made their teams. Here is a list of just some of the schools our students have made the Cheerleading or Dance Teams.

Beyer High School

Ceres High 

Cupertino High School 

Cypress Middle

Delano High

Downey High

Gunn High School

Hyde Middle

Kennedy High

Los Gatos High

Monta Vista High

Monte Vista High

Mountain High

Newark High

OC High

Saratoga High

Skyline High

Vincent High

Whitter High

*This is just a partial list that does not include colleges, middle schools and elementary schools*