These episodes are packed with beauty and drama. The cheerleaders are obviously beautiful. The unfolding stories of how real the women overcoming obstacles to make it on the team provides engaging drama.
Watching these has given me a much greater appreciation for what goes into the making of such a world class performer.
There is a long and complex process from open auditions to the first football game. That includes many related parts that spans many weeks. The director did a great job of weaving together dozens of tiny clips in appealing ways.
I watched all the episodes of season 3 and 4. Three quarters of the way my attention shifted from the candidates to the leaders. I came to deeply appreciate the difficult and delicate work they do.
It was insightful to notice how the different factors go into making the complete package of a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader. You will need to see several episodes to understand what that means.
It was amusing to me as a man how the female leaders sometimes called the female candidates by three different terms: girls, women and ladies. This varied widely depending on the person and context.
These videos would be recommended for any female considering becoming a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader as well as their family, friends and coaches. It is amazing how unprepared many candidates were. Those who aspire to this job need to witness how hard the weeks of preparations are. Then maybe many will not even try out. And those who do try out will have previously gotten the needed instructions in dance, cheer leading and the other topics that are covered.
A coach of any sport could pick up insights into how to draw out the potential from an athlete.
Students and practitioners of sports psychology could gain much wisdom and many insights.
Cheerleaders and dancers have much to gain in terms of general inspiration and specific tips.
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