WHAT DOES CHEERLEADING MEAN TO YOU?
Cheerleading means a lot to me. First of all, it’s super fun. There’s so much teamwork that goes into stunts and synching.
I love going on stage and showing people our creativity and what we can do. I also love showing them boys can cheer and be a flyer!
I love cheer so much; I can’t stop doing it!
HOW DO YOU LEVEL UP (IN CHEER)?
I level up my cheer skills by training, conditioning, and stretching nonstop.
As I said before, if you fall, get right back up. Keep trying and try again. It may feel like it’s taking a long time, but please do not stop training and trying because you will get better and better at it.
Surround yourself with people who want to see you grow!
WHO IS RODOLFO, OUTSIDE OF CHEER?
I’m in school and in the 5th grade, so I have to be prepared and study because I’m going to middle school next year! I’m also a model for Rock Your Hair and GK Cheer, who makes our uniforms.
Most of my free time, I spend with my family and friends.
IF YOU KNEW ME LIKE REALLY KNEW ME…THEN YOU WOULD KNOW…
..that I love food. ESPECIALLY my mom’s tacos!
HERE ARE A FEW MORE FUN FACTS ABOUT RODOLFO CIPRIANO:
- A flyer on two teams, Firestorm, and Heatwave, with KCX Allstars
- Dream Team is Cheer Extreme Coed Elite
- Has a dog named Tbone
- Has a cat, without a tail, named Cinabunny
Keep pushing, keep training. You can’t stop motivating yourself. You can’t stop training yourself because you’re going to get better and better. You’re going to get greater! Someone once told me that if you fall, just get right back up and keep working hard!
WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE AN ASPIRING OR STRUGGLING CHEERLEADER?
Keep pushing, keep training. You can’t stop motivating yourself. You can’t stop training yourself because you’re going to get better and better. You’re going to get greater!
Someone once told me that if you fall, just get right back up and keep working hard!
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