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“A lot of times it’s very easy, especially in a competitive sport, to look to other variables as to why something might not be successful, when really we should look to ourselves and what our teams are doing.” And with all eyes on Cheer Athletics, she certainly won’t be the only one laser-focused on what Cheer Athletics’ teams will accomplish this year.(Co-owner Brad Habermel joined the fold in 1996.) The “hugs and high-fives” reinforcement and family atmosphere—along with high standards and high ambitions—also helped to attract greater numbers of motivated athletes from the Dallas area and beyond to their gym home in Plano.“We didn’t have a formal mission statement, but we knew we wanted a team that would be the biggest and the best,” says Rogers of their initial approach.“We’d been assuming we would start off small, but turnout has been beyond our wildest expectations,” says Melton.On the first day signup for classes were offered, they filled up in three hours, and in its first year, the gym will have seven teams competing.
“As we grew, we learned it’s not just about being a great athlete—it’s about being great people.