EPW Cheer offers a safe and fun environment for youth cheerleaders ages 5-16. Giving them the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of cheer, build their skills and teach the importance of teamwork and safety.
Inclusive Birth Dates
|FLAG||5, 6 & 7||8/1/14 - 7/31/17|
|MITEY-MITE||7, 8, 9||8/1/12 - 7/31/15|
|JR PEEWEE||8, 9, 10 & 11||8/1/11 - 7/31/14|
|PEEWEE||9, 10, 11, & 12||8/1/10 - 7/31/13|
|JUNIOR VARSITY||10, 11, 12 & 13||8/1/09 - 7/31/12|
|Mitey Mite - Junior Varsity||$500|
Hard Work Pays Off!
Bringing Home the GOLD!
TEAM work makes the DREAM work!
First Day of Practice
Palomar Conference Locals Competition
Wescon Regionals Competition
Pop Warner Nationals
**Dates and locations are subject to change.
Your team’s Head Coach will discuss the possibility of attending other competitions once the season starts. These additional competitions are optional and will be decided upon individually by each team.
Kids can become dehydrated whatever and whenever they play sports, regardless of season, temperature or relative humidity.
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Dehydration signs and symptoms
How to know if your child is dehydrated?
If your child tires easily and repeatedly during practices and appears irritable, or her performance suddenly declines, dehydration, and/or inadequate calorie intake may be the cause.
The following are also signs that your child may be dehydrated:
The following are signs that your child is severely dehydrated:
The progressive effects of dehydration are serious. As a child becomes dehydrated, heart rate increases, blood flow to the skin decreases, and a body temperature can rise steadily to dangerous levels. To avoid a potentially life-threatening medical emergency, parents and coaches need to be familiar with the symptoms of and treatment for heat-related illnesses.
For most exercising athletes, the ideal fluid for pre-hydration and re-hydration is water. Water is quickly absorbed, well-tolerated, an excellent thirst quencher, and cost effective.
The use of a sports drink with appropriate carbohydrates (CHO) and sodium as described below may prove beneficial in some general situations and for some individuals.
Traditional sports drinks containing appropriate concentrations of CHO (6-8%) and sodium may provide additional benefit in the following general situations:
In general, an athlete does not voluntarily drink sufficient water to prevent dehydration during physical activity so that by the time she becomes thirsty, she is already dehydrated. It is therefore important for athletes to drink before, during, and after practices and games.
Thus, the American College of Sports Medicine specifically recommends athletes:
The volume and color of your child's urine is an excellent way of determining if he is well hydrated. Large amounts of clear urine mean your child is hydrated, small amounts of dark urine mean that he needs to drink more!
EPW is a 100% volunteer run organization. Our season cannot be successful without the help and support of our families. COACHES AND VOLUNTEERS are needed for the 2022 season. Please email email@example.com for more information.
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