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Nothing beats the world of competitive cheerleading, but it can certainly knock out your social life. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to maintain your status as a varsity cheerleader. Despite what many people think about cheerleading squads being 'cutesy', the reality is a physically grueling sport like this one makes for more nap time than hangout time. While the payoffs can be rewarding (awards, scholarships, televised appearances), it can also leave you emotionally exhausted. When most of your time revolves around cheerleading, it doesn’t always leave time for much else, like your friends. Here are a few tips on how to make time for your friends without sacrificing your cheerleading schedule.

 

Put Yourself First: Before you begin making commitments to other people, you need to commit to yourself. To fully appreciate and enjoy those precious moments with your buddies, take a few hours of 'me' time. Watch a movie you've always wanted to, read that book you keep putting off, go try on the dress, or just even take a peaceful

Massachusetts cheer coach took over her high school squad in a pinch, and she brings them the years of experience she’s gained coaching college cheerleading.

Before Nadine Holohan accepted her post coaching the Newburyport High School cheer squad in Newburyport, MA, she already had a very full schedule. Teaching nutrition at the high school fulltime and coaching the cheer team at nearby Merrimack College kept her busy six days a week. Still, when the Newburyport athletic director found his school without a cheer coach weeks before the preseason was about to start, Holohan selflessly volunteered to take on the team. Now her schedule is busier than ever, but she’s helping impart invaluable knowledge to her new group of high school cheerleaders.

A native of Newburyport, Holohan grew up cheering at nearby Triton High. Since graduating, she has spent the last 24 years working as a cheer coach at area high schools and colleges. As the head coach at Merrimack since 2011, she has gotten used to coaching at the collegiate level while maintaining her teaching post at Newburyport