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Virginia teen doesn’t let muscular dystrophy stop her from being a full-fledged cheerleader.

Kayla Allen was in third grade when she was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy. The disease, which gradually obstructs muscle movement, has taken away her ability to walk as it progressed. Still, nothing could take away Allen’s ability to cheer, and she proves that on a daily basis with her involvement in the Dinwiddie High School junior varsity cheerleading team in Dinwiddie, VA. Despite being in a scooter, Allen has no problems showing her school spirit, and she loves the camaraderie that her team engenders.

When her daughter was first diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, Allen’s mother Celestine Jackson cried for an entire weekend. Eventually, however, Jackson realized that she had to stop pitying Allen and focus on the fact that her life could still be as full as anyone else’s. Suddenly, her goals for her daughter all revolved around trying to help her lead as “normal” a life as possible.

Allen had always enjoyed watching her friends cheer in elementary school, and she knew

Imagine yourself flying through the air in the signature cheer uniform while an adoring crowd roars their approval. You can inspire the spirit of your school or even win medals at national competitions. Plus, you will make lifelong friends with a group of people who are committed to doing something they love. All of these perks (and more) could be in store for you if you decide you want to join the cheer squad. But do you really understand everything else that is involved, and are you really ready to commit to a team?

The decision to be a cheerleader shouldn't be taken lightly. Underneath all the glamour that you may have seen from the stands, there is a lot of hard work and a huge time commitment involved with taking on this endeavor. You have to be ready to devote your entire self wholeheartedly to the cheer squad while at the same time balancing your schoolwork and all the other activities of a busy teenager. Will the experience be rewarding? Absolutely. But you will also need to make a lot of sacrifices. Here are some questions you should ask yourself when you are thinking