Energetic former NFL Cheerleader/Dance and Cheer Coach versed in training and development strategies to transform athlete performance. Well-developed communication and problem-solving abilities with eye for detail and highly creative style. Applies cutting-edge coach and development strategies to cultivate great athletes. Effective Coach bringing 10+ years of experience guiding, mentoring and developing athletes. Driven, high-achieving and passionate about mentoring junior athletes to build sustainable training habits, supporting healthy lifestyles.
I spent 6 years as a Professional NFL cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints. As a Saintsation, I performed at all home an exhibition games, entertaining over 72,000 fans. I loved and know what it means to entertain a large crowd. As a cheerleader, it was my job to pull that energy from the crowd to motivate the football players on the field. I also had to know the football calls on the field and things about the sport in general, as we were often interviewed by news stations. We were ambassadors of the team representing the organization on an off the field, which meant we had to volunteer our talents and time through appearances and promotions for the organization, always presenting ourselves in the best light possible. I spent hours practicing every week with the team and alone, pushing my body through training and proper nutrition so that I was the best representation of myself on and off the field. I represented the organization in parades during Mardi Gras season in New Orleans. This was important because it was not your typical indoor stadium performance. I had to bring my talent to the streets. I interacted more closely with the crowds and had to be able to improvise at a moments notice. During the season, we'd host junior camps for kids. We teach them cheerleading techniques, encourage them to follow their dreams an stress the importance of getting an education. We'd express the importance of proper nutrition and having a healthy body through exercise. We'd end the camp, which was a few days long, teaching them a routine that they'd perform at a home game. I really loved this part of being a Saintsation because it allowed me to teach and share my passion with girls who shared the same dream as I did when I was their age. Their appreciation was sincere and the joy on their faces before and after the performances made it all worth it. That, in a nutshell, is my motivation for being a cheerleading coach at Vista Murrieta High School. Although I am not a cheerleader anymore, the passion never dies. Coaching is my way of giving back, and sharing my God given talents with athletes to inspire and motivate them. I know what they've been through. I know what it feels like as a cheerleader to want to compete and give your best but the pain from an injury prevents you. I know what it feels like to have to practice but there's a paper that's due tomorrow that has to be finished. I know what it's like to cheer your hardest at a game where you're losing but you still must find the motivation to act like your winning. As a coach, I'll use what I've learned on the field to instruct and motivate the girls to be their best.
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