PCT Cheer & Tumble Blogs

Thinking about moving to All-Star Cheerleading from Rec/Novice next season? Here are some tips:
To prepare for the transition from recreational/Novice cheerleading to All-Star cheerleading, it's important to focus on several key areas: Tumbling skills: All-star cheerleading often involves more advanced tumbling skills, such as back walkovers, back handsprings and tucks. Start taking tumbling classes or...
Cheer for the Cure - 2022
On Saturday, December 3rd and Sunday, December 4th, 2022 PCT joined teams from Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and Newfoundland at Cheer for the Cure in Oshawa, ON.  Cheer for the Cure is one of the premier events on PCT's event calendar and...
Fall Classic 2022
On Sunday, November 12, 2022 PCT kicked off our 19th competitive cheerleading season at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre in Mississauga, ON.  This early season event, put on be Cheer Evolution, was a great success and a wonderful way to...
Less Excuses, More Adjustments
Each practice at PCT begins with what we call a Mat Chat. Mat Chats are a time to talk about specific topics, life skills, life lesson, strategies and topics that help our athletes to not only excel in the sport...
5 Ways to Drink More Water
One of the most important things you can do for your body is to stay hydrated and there is no simpler way to do that then to drink water. Often times this is something that people young and old struggle...
18 Tips On How To Develop Self-Confidence in Youth Athletes
“I just want my child to be more confident.” This is a common problem for parents and coaches: a capable athlete perform who does not perform to their potential because of a lack of confidence. Often our response is to...