Highlights from last years NASCDD.


Royalty Elite Cheer

All Star cheerleading is a competition sport that involves boys and girls performing a 2 minute and 30 second routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramids, and dance.This routine is performed and scored against other competitive teams at various local, regional, national, and worldwide competitions. When we refer to tumbling, we mean gymnastic skills like cartwheels and back handsprings. Stunting refers to groups of two or more individuals that elevate another cheerleader in the air. This also includes co-ed stunting which may only involve one base and one flyer.  Pyramids are a form of stunting, but are done as a large group and are interconnected. Dance is a portion of a routine that consists of choreographed high energy dance moves. An All Star team performs purely for the challenge, thrill, and competition of the sport. All Star cheerleading seasons may extend for as long as a year. In many cases, the skill set required for All Stars is difficult.  

An All Star Prep Cheer Program is a great introduction for your athlete into the sport of All Star Competitive Cheer at a reduced cost and a reduced time commitment from the traditional All Star Cheer Program. It is a great way for athletes to learn new skills, develop a sense of what it means to work together as a team for a common goal, and to develop a sense of pride and sportsmanship while making life-long friendships.

The All Star Prep teams are taught a competition routine that has elements of tumbling, stunting, jumping, and dance skill set to music.  Athletes will perform at 5 to 7 competitions during the season. (The season is generally from November through April.) The competitions will most likely be held in Missouri or surrounding states. The routines are 2 minutes in length. At a competition, the team performs their routine for a panel of judges, who score the performance based upon level of difficulty, precision, creativity, and entertainment value. The team’s placement within their division is based upon the score they receive compared to the scores of the other teams within their division.

The following defines the general program aspects of our All Star Prep Cheer Program:

Tiny or Mini Team

  • 1 Hour 30 minute weekly practice time
  • 30 minutes weekly tumbling class
  • 5-7 competitions

Youth, Junior or Senior Team

  • 4 hours weekly practice time
  • 1 hour weekly tumbling class
  • 5-7 competitions

It is our goal at Royalty Elite Cheer to create an atmosphere for our athletes to develop lasting friendships, self-confidence, a strong sense of gym pride, and great memories that they will carry forever.

This is the routine for this years NASCDD! We would love to get our kids together and make our own video to post!

Because we work with USASF to ensure that we as a gym and our staff and coaches are up to date with what's going on in the cheer world, we are open to a wonderful organization that embraces our children to a truly great sport! They have generously put together some great videos to help us show parents and families what All Star Cheer is really about!

All Star Prep Cheerleading

All Star Cheerleading