San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Cheerleading Blog University, a division of Cheerleading Blog, has released its 28th cheerleading guide. Partnered with Omni Cheer, a leading cheer apparel retailer, the University was created by Cheerleading Blog in early 2012.
This latest eBook, “The Cheerleading Guide to Busting Cheer Myths,” looks at several myths and stereotypes about cheerleading and cheerleaders and provides examples, data, and information on why the myths aren’t true.
“Negative stereotypes about cheer have been perpetuated throughout the media for years. We felt it was time to prove a few of the major myths wrong,” said Cheerleading Blog editor, Melissa Darcey.
This guide follows the March release of “The Cheerleading Guide to the History of Cheer,” which focused on how cheerleading first began, the early days of cheer camp, the evolution of cheerleading apparel, and more.
“Cheerleading Blog University was created to help cheerleaders, their parents and coaches grow as athletes and individuals. Our goal is to be a valuable resource for cheerleaders and to provide answers many other websites and sources don’t offer,” commented Omni Cheer marketing manager, Jessica Rzeszut.
Cheerleading Blog University eBooks are free of charge and can be downloaded, saved, and printed. The only payment is a Tweet or Facebook post referring to the guide.
To download “The Cheerleading Guide to Busting Cheer Myths,” visit Cheerleading Blog University.
ABOUT CHEERLEADING BLOG UNIVERSITY:
The University launched in 2012 and provides tips and answers for everything cheer, including tryouts, uniform ordering, fundraising, living a cheer lifestyle and more!
ABOUT CHEERLEADING BLOG:
Cheerleading Blog is the official blog supported by industry leaders Omni Cheer®, Campus Teamwear®, Chasse®, Fund2Raise® and Glitterbug® Cosmetics.
ABOUT OMNI CHEER:
For over twenty years, Omni Cheer has supplied cheerleaders with apparel and accessories. The cheer gear retailer guarantees the lowest prices on high-quality items, including uniforms, warm-ups, shoes, pom poms, practice wear, accessories, fundraising items, and body basics. To learn more, please visit the online store.