Cheerleading and game plans

Psychiatric Times, Vol 39, Issue 11,

“Both soccer players and psychiatrists need good game plans, but they also need to read the field and know when—and how—to zig instead of zag.”

What do football and psychiatry have in common? For starters, there are “wins” in both. In football, scoring a touchdown requires players to have tenacity, perseverance, concentration, and the will to move forward despite the human obstacles in their way. Likewise, to help patients achieve treatment success, clinicians use their acquired wisdom and sense of determination to overcome various treatment obstacles, including complicated diagnoses and insurance hassles.

Both football players and psychiatrists need good game plans, but they also need to read the field and know when—and how—to zig instead of zag. This is the case when unexpected adverse effects emerge. Sharon Packer, MD, shares the story of a patient who had such an issue, and how she needed to pass the ball to a specialist.

Likewise, both clinicians and soccer players need to engage in good defensive mechanisms in order to win. In psychiatry, this may mean monitoring electrocardiograms for some patients who have been prescribed lithium, as David N. Osser, MD, shares in this month’s Bipolar Update column. And let’s not forget the importance of happiness. In this issue’s Special Report, we look at issues in patient empowerment and patient education, as ‘cheering’ and supporting patients is an important avenue for -success.

Here at Psychiatric Times™, we continue to delight you, our reader, by providing you with the tools, tips, and cover-to-cover information to make your game plans a success.

President and CEO, MJH Life Sciences®

Is cheer an easy sport?

Competitive Cheerleading is a Sport Cheerleaders work hard to polish their moves to compete with each other in a head-to-head fashion. Each squad must make a physical effort to create a performance routine. Read also : Photos: Meet Former Cheerleader Kirk Herbstreit’s Wife. It is a tough part of training compared to any other competitive sport.

Is cheering the hardest sport? Cheerleading. “Between football, wrestling, cage fighting, and anything like that, cheerleading is by far the hardest sport I’ve ever done, and the most painful,†Don told -Standard Examiner.

Is cheering a fun sport? Cheerleading is a team sport – a bond will naturally form between you and your teammates as you work together day in and day out. These friendships make cheerleading so much fun! You have a stunt together, you share the problems you face and most importantly, you have the same passion.

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What is the easiest position in cheerleading?

It may seem like the easiest position in cheerleading is the flyer. Read also : Is AJ Brown a Top 10 WR? Plus a look at Eagles WR depth | Birds People. Wrong! The assumption that because they are not required to raise someone in the air, it is not as difficult as being a base.

What is the hardest move in cheerleading? Tumbling is one of the most exciting elements of cheerleading to watch but usually the hardest for cheerleaders to learn. Although cheerleaders do not routinely compete handstands, having a perfect handstand is essential to being able to throw round-offs and back handsprings.

Who is the main base in cheer? Main base: This base is the left side of the stunt and helps stabilize the flyer’s leg. In a single-leg extension stunt, the main base will raise the toes and heel of the foot to increase stability and prevent the flyer from tipping forward or backward and being almost directly under the stunt.

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