All Star prep is geared for those families that want the all star experience with half the commitment time & financial commitment.

ALL STAR CHEER PREP GUIDELINES- Will practice 2 days per week for 1.5 hours each practice and compete at local events
 
• All teams are combined female/male – prep teams will not be classified as co-ed, regardless of the number of males on a team.
All Star Prep Level/Safety Rule Differences from All Star Elite (Traditional All Star):
  • Routines may not exceed 2:00 minutes
  • No Tosses permitted
    Clarification: This includes “Sponge” (also known as Load In or Squish) tosses.
    Clarification: All waist level cradles are illegal.
  • Performances may be performed on spring floor or carpet bonded foam.
  • All Star Prep can be offered at both 1 and 2-day events. HOWEVER, if offered at 2-day events, Prep divisions will perform ONE TIME ONLY.
ALL STAR NOVICE GUIDELINES- Will practice 1 day per week for 2 hours and will compete at local events only.
  • All teams are combined female/male – novice teams will not be classified as co-ed, regardless of the number of males on a team.
  • An Event Producer may offer a team of less than 5 participants, as long as they meet the age restrictions of the Age Grid. Prior approval from
    the Event Producer is required.
    ALL STAR NOVICE Level/Safety Rule Differences from All Star Elite (Traditional All Star)
  • Routines may not exceed 1:30 minute
  • No Tosses permitted
    Clarification: This includes “Sponge” (also known as Load In or Squish) tosses.
    Clarification: All waist level cradles are illegal.
  • Performances may be performed on spring floor or carpet bonded foam.
  • Novice can be offered at both 1 and 2-day events. HOWEVER, if offered at 2-day events, Novice divisions will perform ONE TIME ONLY.
  • Teams will be evaluated on a rating system only and not scored against other teams.
    Recommended ratings are Superior (Highest), Excellent, and Outstanding. Please check with your specific event producer for their ranking system and rating classifications.
  • Tumbling skills are allowed and will follow the level rules for that level but will not be rated nor are they required.
  • Tiny Novice Only: No Building skills permitted (includes tosses, stunts and pyramids).
  • Tiny Novice Only: The ONLY TWO TUMBLING skills allowed are cartwheels and forward rolls. Handstands, backbends/bridges, etc. are not
    allowed.
  • Tiny Novice Only: Are allowed to have small, Velcro, floor markers to help for spacing if pre-approved by the EP. The coach will provide
    them, place them and remove them.

 

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