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The Carolina TopCats Visit London!

The Carolina Panthers were in London to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 6 and prior to the game, the Carolina TopCats visited some of the more familiar sites around London.  Click here to check out all the photos.

New Orleans Saintsations Photos from Week 5

We conclude our coverage of Week 5 of the NFL regular season with the New Orleans Saintsations.  Click here to view their gallery of images from last week.

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Sideline Prep is Expanding – Help Others Live their Dream Life as a Pro Cheerleader

Are you a current or former Semi-Pro or Pro Cheerleader/Dancer that wants to help others achieve their dream of Going Pro?  

Do you love to teach and thrive off of helping others feel joy, passion and happiness through performing?

Or maybe you miss dancing and performing on the sidelines at the BIG game and know you have what it takes to help someone else reach their dream of going pro too? 

Do you have the skills, patience, and aptitude to assist “PRO-tentials ™ ” become, prepare, polished, and confident for auditions?  

If you answered Yes! to any of these questions, READ ON!!

Sideline Prep is an INTERNATIONAL pro and semi pro cheer/dance prep company… coaching ladies across the United States and Japan.  We’re looking for a few talented, passionate, and caring individuals to join our team. If you have a passion for dance, makeup, fitness, flexibility, interview skills, confidence building, modeling and/or all of the above, you just might be perfect for our team. 

There are THREE opportunities available… each having a different purpose and level of commitment. 

  1. Sideline Prep Area Manager – Being an Area Manager is the option for you if you’re interested in managing a Sideline Prep location and a team of Coaches in your area.  Plus… you can also serve in the role of a Coach… so you can work one-on-one with our clients to help them Go Pro too!

  2. Sideline Prep Coach – Being a Coach is the option for you if you mainly want to work with “PRO-tentials ™ ” one-on-one or in a small group setting as a mentor, advisor, and coach.  These sessions can be in person or conducted virtually.

  3. Sideline Prep Ambassador / Referral Partner – This is a great option for you if you’re not ready to commit to being a coach but you still want to help people go pro… and make extra money just by telling people about Sideline Prep.  All you have to do is spread the word about how Sideline Prep can help prospective pro cheerleaders GO PRO… and you will be compensated… with the opportunity to make up to $500 per referral.

NOTE:  Both the Area Manager and Coach positions require that you have a great relationship with the current coaches in your area and that you have a sound reputation as a former or current pro or semi-pro cheerleader.

Are you Ready to Help Others Go PRO??  IF YES –> CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE


Our Mission – Why we Exist

To Our Lovelies & Gents:

To give aspiring professional cheerleaders the knowledge, style, and glamour to walk into professional cheerleading prep classes and auditions with confidence.

To Our Partners:

To assist our professional cheerleading organization partners in creating and maintaining qualified and polished candidates for their upcoming professional cheerleading auditions; and to provide support, as needed, throughout the season.

We’ve been in the “pro cheer prep” business for over a decade helping dancer and cheerleader candidates land a spot on the team of their dreams…. It’s what we do all day, every day!

And… Our programs, advice, and services work.  Our 4-month Coaching Program has over a 70% success rate of our graduates landing a spot on a pro or semi pro dance team.  Plus we have a 98% satisfaction rating and 98% of our clients would recommend us to their friends.  We have Lovelies & a Gent on the following pro teams… (and this doesn’t even include the semi pro dance teams):

  • Washington Redskins Cheerleaders
  • Washington Wizards Dancers
  • Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders
  • Oakland Raiderettes
  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Los Angeles Chargers
  • Boston Celtics Dancers
  • Miami Heat Dancers
  • Seahawks Dancers
  • Chicago Luvabulls
  • Cleveland Cavalier Girls (formerly)
  • Cleveland Power House Dance Team
  • New England Patriots
  • Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders
  • Orlando Magic 407 Hip Hop Dance Team
  • Tennesse Titans Cheerleaders
  • San Antonio Silver Dancers (formerly) 

If you want to be a part of our Mission, a part of our team… we would love to have you!!

***CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE or visit http://bit.ly/joinspteam

President/CEO, Sideline Prep
In-Game Host, NFL Washington Redskins
In-Game Host, AFL Baltimore Brigade
Former In-Arena Host, NBA Washington Wizards & WNBA Washington Mystics
Wizard Girls Alumni, Captain (2010 – 2012), Most Valuable Wizard Girl (2011/2012 & 2010/2011), Wizard Girl Community Star (2009/2010)
Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Alumni, Captain (2003 – 2007), 2004 Pro Bowl Cheerleader, Swimsuit Cover Model (2003/2004 & 2005/2006)

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Photos from Week 5

The Dallas Cowboys hosted the Green Bay Packers in the glamor game of the week.  I know it was the most anticipated game of the week for me, matching up two of the best teams in the NFL and two teams with the most history in the game.  Unfortunately, only one team showed up to play and they were the Packers whose offense ran the ball effectively and whose defense forced Dak Prescott into throwing three critical interceptions.  Still it was an exciting game.

Final score: Packers – 34, Dallas – 24.

Every Dallas home game is special because we get another view of the premier dance team in the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.  Click here to view the Cowboys game day gallery from Week 5.


Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders Photos from Week 5

Up next, a quick look at the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders.  The Eagles have a habit of posting a very small gallery with only a handful of images and that’s a shame because they really have a nice squad.  Click here to view the Eagles gallery of images from last Sunday.

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Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Photos from Week 5

In the mismatch of the week, the Washington Redskins played host to the New England Patriots and as you would expect, the Patriots thoroughly dominated the game and emerged with the victory, 33 – 7.  The loss would cost the Redskins head coach Jay Gruden his job as he would be fired the following day.  But in all fairness, you really cannot fault Gruden for the poor state of the franchise.  You must look elsewhere in the organization for the cause of the team’s failures, but I don’t think the owner will fire himself.

Let’s change the narrative and take a look at something much more positive…the First Ladies of Football!  Click here to view the Redskins gallery of images from this past Sunday.


Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders Photos from Week 5

We continue our coverage of Week 5 of the NFL regular season with the latest images of the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders.  Click here to view the Titans gallery of images from last Sunday.

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Miami Dolphins Visit To Alex’s Place

MIAMI – Miami Dolphins players Doug Middleton and Christian Wilkins, cheerleaders  Paige, Emily and T.D. visited alex’s place at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center to distribute gifts and brighten the spirits of young cancer fighters and their families on Tuesday, Oct. 8. 

“You come here always trying to brighten someone’s day and bring good energy to them. But you always leave with them cheering you up and them bringing you that energy because just knowing what they are going through and how they can still have such a big smile on their face is pretty awesome to see,” Wilkins said. “What they are going through gives me extra motivation. It puts it all into perspective. What I am doing is nothing compared to what they are going through as far as me going out there on the field every day because they are literally fighting for their lives. I’m playing for them.”

“It reminds me of when I was visiting my father at Sylvester when he was being treated for cancer. To see the people that came in to bring a smile to his face just lit me up and to be that part of it in somebody else’s journey — there is nowhere else I would rather be,” Dolphins Cheerleader Paige said.

The children and their families had a chance to interact with the team, get autographs and take photos. The children also received gift bags from AutoNation, a supporter of the DCC, in celebration of the automotive retailer’s DRV PNK Initiative.

“I think it’s a really good thing that they are doing that so the patients can feel better not just when they need transfusions but also feel happy when they come here. It makes it make you want to come here,” alex’s place patient Sophia Treadwell said.

“A visit like this gives their lives a little normalcy. It’s a very welcome distraction to the real reason they’re in clinic today, needle pokes and strong medication, but it also brings joy and smiles getting to meet up close and personal star athletes, professional cheerleaders and the team mascot, something they might otherwise never be able to do. It’s their moment to be special,” alex’s place Child Life Specialist Leslie Hutchins, MS, said.

This visit is in advance to the Dolphins’ Crucial Catch game on Oct. 13 against the Washington Redskins presented by Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of UHealth, the University of Miami Health System. At this game, the team will celebrate and honor on-field cancer fighters and survivors from Sylvester and researchers who have received funds from the annual Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC) with a halftime presentation.

The Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC) was founded in 2010 by the Miami Dolphins organization as the signature initiative of the Foundation’s health impact area. The DCC’s purpose is to improve people’s lives through financial support for innovative cancer research at Sylvester, South Florida’s only NCI-designated Cancer Center. With this recent recognition from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), Sylvester is now among the top cancer centers in the United States and joins a highly select group as one of only two NCI-designated cancer centers in the state of Florida, and one of just 71 across the nation. Since its inception, the DCC has raised more than $32.5 million, donating 100 percent of participant-raised funds to Sylvester.

These initiatives align with the Miami Dolphins Foundation’s commitment towards leveling the playing field through the power of teamwork to inspire a healthier, more educated and united South Florida Community.

Doug Middleton

Christian Wilkins and Cheerleader Paige

Cheerleaders Paige and Emily


Alex’s Place

Doug Middleton

Doug Middleton and Christian Wilkins


Photos credit Miami Dolphins.

Charger Girls Photos from Week 5

The Los Angeles Chargers hosted the visiting Denver Broncos this past Sunday, hoping to end a recent string of poor performances.  Only a victory over the winless Miami Dolphins last week offered any hope for a return to past winning ways, but those hopes were dashed when the Broncos defeated the Chargers, 20 – 13.

To say this season has been a disappointment would be an understatement as most Charger fans had high expectations coming off of last season’s success.  The reality is that a close victory over the Andrew Luck-less Colts is the only quality win on the resume and three losses to middle of the pack teams does not bode well for the Chargers, who had hopes of playoff success. 

But enough misery.  Let’s turn our attention to something eminently more positive…your Los Angeles Charger Girls.  Click here to view the Chargers gallery of images from Week 5.

Cincinnati Ben-Gals Photos from Week 5

The Cincinnati Bengals played host to the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday in a battle that could possibly decide which teams would earn the #1 pick in next year’s draft.  You see both teams, along with the Redskins, Dolphins, and Jets are clearly among the worst in the NFL and as such could use an influx of new, young talent.  That being said, this game was up for grabs and both teams had their chances to win, but the Cardinals rode the back of former #1 overall pick Kyler Murray to victory.  I guess the Cardinals are a little further along in the rebuild process than the Bengals.

Final Score: Cardinals – 26, Bengals – 23.

With the loss, the Bengals are predicted to earn the top spot in the 2020 NFL draft and most speculate that they will draft a replacement for quarterback Andy Dalton.  Justin Herbert anyone?  Let’s see if this early prognostication come true.  Until then, let us enjoy this week’s photos of the Cincinnati Ben-Gals.  Click here to view the Bengals gallery of images from last week.

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