Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
November 14, 2010 - Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
For the second time in three months, a veteran Eagles Chick is being featured in Mile High Sports Magazine as the "Girl In Your Corner." Alyssa graced the pages of the magazine's October "Hockey" edition, and her fellow five-year teammate, Annie, is in their popular December "Snow Angels" edition. The "Girl in Your Corner" feature profiles local ladies involved in Colorado's athletic community.
Be sure to pick up a copy of the December issue of Mile High Sports Magazine today, and keep an eye out for future issues as more Eagles Chicks may be highlighted!
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Congratulations to DND Krista for her cover of this year's MHSM Snow Angels issue. The DND have graced the cover many of the past years and continue to deliver again this year.
Ladies from the Rockstarz were also photographed for the Wax In the City sponsored layout.
Thanks to Don Cudney for his sneak peek. His work is featured in several of the editorials this year.
DND and WB Director Amy Jo Wagner is November's Girl in Your Corner.
Meet this Dancin' Machine here.
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
I now offer group classes in addition to privates. These classes are geared to what is happening in the professional dance world and I would love to invite some of the RMS Blog readers to attend!
Classes start Dec. 9th!
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Hey, Broncos fans!
During the bye week, six of your Denver Broncos Cheerleaders were lucky enough to go on an Armed Forces Entertainment tour. This is a trip to boost the morale of our troops and their families who are based overseas and need a little bit of America brought to them.
Brianne, Serita, Nicole, Tara, Candace and I traveled around the Mediterranean visiting American bases and embassies in five different countries. Fifteen days later and with 19 commercial flights under our belts, we are back in Denver.
I am very excited to share our experience with you.
We started our amazing journey at a NATO base in Greece. With less than 10 American families at this based they were thrilled to see a small piece of home. Next, we found our way through three different cities throughout Turkey. We flew through Istanbul, than to the cities of Izmir, Ankara, and Adana. Turkey was by far my favorite, a country rich with history and a touch of modernity.
After Turkey we headed to Cairo, Egypt. This was one of the craziest places I’ve ever seen. People, cars, and garbage everywhere, but a beautiful place nonetheless. Then off to Amman, Jordan, a city with landscapes that took our breath away. Last but not least we made it to Germany. Whether we were at an air force base that was as big as a small city, an American compound, or an American Embassy set in the middle of a major city, we felt extreme love and gratitude from every single person who came out to see us.
At every location we did a meet and greet, signed autographs, and were able to form great relationships. It was so amazing to have our troops so open and eager to share their stories of their experiences, families and what they plan on accomplishing in their futures. All of us cheerleaders were on this tour to show our gratitude for what they do for us, and I hope we showed them how much they mean to us.
Something that stuck out to me was a strong sense of community that had formed between the people stationed at every place we went. Whether they were from different parts of the U.S., had dissimilar backgrounds and beliefs, or were in the service or just there as a civilian, everyone was there to support one another.
During the kids’ clinics we held, we noticed the kindness the children had towards each other. They were so happy to be where they were and to have the friends they have. Some of our meet and greets were held during the weekly “night out”. Everyone looks forward to the time they can get together and enjoy the company of the friendships they have formed. Whether they were new to the base or had already been there for two years, everyone was family.
The entire tour opened my eyes to how much our troops and their families sacrifice for the safety of our country. Sometimes while living our everyday lives I think we forget how much they do. From this day on I will never go a day without thinking or praying for our men and women overseas. The Soldiers who we met in route to Afghanistan/Iraq, the people who are preparing for their deployment, and the families who move across the world to serve our nation. We will never forget what you do and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Below are some photos from the trip:
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
by Senior Airman Alexandre Montes
39th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
11/12/2010 - INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey -- Denver Broncos cheerleaders toured Incirlik Air Base Nov. 5, 2010 here. The cheerleaders made several morale and educational appearances around the base including a radio show with the Incirlik Armed Forces Network, a cheer clinic with children at the youth center, met with Security Forces Airmen and ended with a performance at the consolidated club. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexandre Montes/Released)
Denver Broncos cheerleaders sign autographs and take photos with Incirlik patrons at the Base Exchange Nov. 5, 2010 at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexandre Montes/Released)
Brianne Bateman, Denver Broncos cheerleader, teaches Incirlik children a cheer at the youth center Nov. 5, 2010 Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexandre Montes/Released)
Allyson Daniels, Tara Battiato and Candace Wilson, Denver Broncos cheerleaders, make a guest appearance during the afternoon radio show with Senior Airman John Archiquette, Armed Forces Network broadcaster, Nov. 5, 2010 at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexandre Montes/Released)
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Denver Broncos Cheerleader Alumni Carla Sanchez hosted her annual Carla Sanchez Fitness Fiesta this past weekend at the Curtis Hotel downtown. Some familiar RMS Blog faces were in attendance.
The Rockstarz performed a couple routines during breaks, with their choreographer Sarah Schachterle.
Belles Performance Team Owner/Executive Director Cher Fox makes her fitness stage debut (1st from right).
Celebrity judge and Spike TV host Renee Herlocker (former DBC) with photographer Isaac Hinds and Pro Boxer DaVarryl Williamson.
It's time to cast your vote in the Snow Angels Cover Girl Contest 2010. The ten Snow Angels Cover Girl finalists are pictured below. Once you have chosen your selection, click the vote button below to cast you vote. And don't forget to register to win tickets to games and restaurant certificates from the Mile High Sports prize vault. Thank you for taking the time to cast your vote in the Snow Angels Cover Girl Contest 2010.
Elyssa - Nuggets
Kirstin - Rockstarz
Krista - Nuggets
Monday, November 1, 2010
Friday, October 29, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Jana Blue, Denver Nuggets and Outlaws Dancer, is looking to get some ladies interested in becoming a professional dancer and start helping them out with technique, tips, etc! Also to possibly participate in a dance reel.
Visit her blog here.
Follow her on Twitter here.
Subscribe to her YouTube channel here.
Become a fan of her Facebook page here.
Email her at email@example.com.
Here is a sample of her choreography performed by the 2009 - 2010 Denver Nuggets Dancers:
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Friday, October 22, 2010
Eagles Chick Alyssa Pohm chills out and heats up
Occupation: Graduate Student at the University of Northern Colorado, Dance Instructor
Pick Up Mile High Sports Magazine!
Eagles season ticket holders got a sneak-peek at the October, hockey edition of Mile High Sports Magazine when they picked up their tickets earlier this week, and they were likely pleasantly surprised to see veteran Eagles Chick Alyssa as the "Girl In Your Corner" for this month's hockey-themed issue. In addition to Alyssa gracing the pages, the magazine asked several Denver sports personalities to weigh in on the state of hockey in Colorado -- including the Colorado Eagles.
Be sure to pick up a copy of the October issue of Mile High Sports Magazine today, and keep an eye out for December's "Snow Angel" issue when another popular Eagles Chick will be featured!
The "Girl in Your Corner" feature profiles local ladies involved in Colorado's athletic community. This month's girl, Alyssa, is entering her fifth year as a Pioneer Press Eagles Chick. Be sure to get your copy of MHSM at local newsstands and check them out online at www.milehighsports.com.
Visit Alyssa at Mile High Sports Magazine online here
They’ve got cheer. They’ve got pep. And well, they’re just really good looking. Metromix.com attended the auditions for the Denver Broncos cheerleaders, Denver Nuggets Dancers and the Colorado Mammoth Wild Bunch. And yes, we’ve even got photos of the CSU Rams and CU Buffs cheerleaders for kicks and giggles.
So here they are in no official order, Colorado’s cheerleaders and dancers. You're welcome.
Visit Metromix.com's coverage of the teams and auditions here.
Mammoth fans watch out for the hot new dance team
October 17, 2010 Credit:Jessica Taussig
Colorado Mammoth lacrosse players prepare for the 2011 season ahead while their Wild Bunch dance team holds annual tryouts. This past weekend at the Pepsi Center over 70 talented dancers auditioned in hopes of making the final 14.
Coach, Amy Jo Wagner puts each girl to the test in search for Denver’s most entertaining women for the Mammoth fans. These professional dancers are important to improve the performance of the players and to pep up the fans.
After Saturday’s challenging routine rehearsal only 21 girls moved on. On Sunday, the second day of the tryout process, the remaining girls were interviewed and got their headshots for the 2011 season roster. The remaining 21 girls proceed to the next step continuing onto the Wild Bunch training camp to narrow down the team to the final number of 14 girls. Nonetheless the Wild Bunch semi-finalists are looking good in their sports bras and dance shorts and are bound to excite the crowd this spring.
Visit Metromix.com's coverage of the auditions here.
Hey Broncos fans!
I’m Amanda, and this is my third season as a Denver Broncos Cheerleader. Although, I’ve been a cheerleader for three years, I have been a Broncos fan my whole life.
Many fans wonder if we all really love to watch football, and it’s true, we do! I’ve been lucky enough to have attended many games before I was on the team. The home games are always amazing, but every away game is just as important as the homes games!
There are definitely two teams I feel we ALWAYS want to beat, home or away. Of course, they are two teams in our division — the Chargers and this week’s opponent, the Raiders.
Fans, are you ready for Raider week?! The Raiders will be coming into our house this weekend and we all know it’s going to be a wild game.
The rivalry between us and the Raiders goes back a ways — most remember it going back to a key game in 1977. John Madden, who was coach for the Raiders back then, credits a lot of the rivalry to our Orange Crush fan base. And how the fans were truly so loud and fanatical that it would really mess with the team’s head.
That energy and emotion in our fans really counts on game day. Not only does it pump up the Broncos when we are on defense, but it is always a reminder of the rivalry we’ve had for so long, and how important it is to beat the Raiders.
As a DBC, we are so fortunate to experience so many different things that make us feel so lucky. Last season we were given the opportunity to go to an away Raiders game.
It was such an amazing experience to go watch the Broncos beat the Raiders in their stadium. We all play a part in game day, and you, the fans are our most important part in how we set the tone for that day. So get your Raider-hater shirt on for Sunday, do your favorite pre-game ritual, and get ready for the rivalry to continue.
Look for more thoughts from Amanda and other Broncos cheerleaders throughout the 2010 season here.
Monday, October 18, 2010
More than 70 hopefuls auditioned on Saturday at Pepsi Center with aspirations of making the 2011 Wild Bunch dance team.
By mid-Saturday afternoon, the field had been trimmed to 21 finalists who will compete for 14 spots.
Wild Bunch training camp begins on Monday.
WILD BUNCH FINALISTS
Top Row (L to R): Michelle, Diana, Leah, Melissa, Alicia, Katie W., Sarrah, Angela
Middle Row: Alexis, Haley, Kate, Kayleigh, Shannon, Sammie, Casandra
Front Row: Torrie, Ashlee, Rachel, Nicole, Katie B., Brigitte
Friday, October 15, 2010
Saturday, October 16 (held at Pepsi Center)
Registration: 8:30-9am (Semi-finalists announced at 3pm)
Attire: cropped dance top/sports bra and briefs. No jeans or dance pants allowed.
Sunday, October 17 (held at Pepsi Center)
Individual Interviews, Photo Shoots & Dance Performance: 8:30am-1pm (Finalists announced at 4:30pm)
Attire: cropped dance top/sports bra and briefs. No jeans or dance pants allowed.
FINALISTS' TRANING CAMP DATES - Held at Wild Bunch Practice Facility. All dates mandatory.
Monday, October 18 (7-9pm)
Wednesday, October 20 (7-9pm)
Monday, October 25 (7-9pm)
Thursday, October 28 (7-9pm)
Attire: left to dancer’s discretion – non-marking shoes only
PLEASE NOTE: AUDITION PARTICIPANTS MUST:
*Be at least 18 years of age.
*Wear a cropped top, briefs and non-marking soled shoes.
*Submit non-returnable headshot or full body shot (at least 5x7). It does not need to be professional but must be clear and contain only the audition participant.
*Submit a dance resume including any previous dance teams, classes, or workshops, current employment/training and educational background. Also include 3 references with your resume.
*Professional looking hair and make up are encouraged.
*Reside in the Denver area and have reliable transportation to and from all Colorado Mammoth home games and Wild Bunch practices.
Friday, October 1, 2010
We have announced the first four open audition cities for acts who want to be on the next season of America's Got Talent: Los Angeles, Denver, New York City, and Chicago. You can now pre-register for those cities.
In early 2011 we are currently planning on holding auditions in Atlanta, Seattle, and Houston in addition to other cities. Until we have the dates you will not be able to pre-register for those cities. But you can sign up for our audition alerts instead. That way we can keep you up to date when we announce more cities.
You should can also check this web site often for the latest information and audition tips.
Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10, 9 am - 6 pm
Location: Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
1550 Court Pl., Denver, CO 80202
Contact Senior Producer Nigel Caaro, 1(818) 748 1256 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to set an appointment and skip the open call line!
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Congratulations to consecutive year winner Allana's Academy of Dance for winning the 2010 Best Dance Studio. AAD also won this category in 2009 after being open for only 8 months! With over 137,500 online votes, the support was outstanding and appreciated!
To celebrate, print this message out and bring it in to the studio for :
50% OFF your 1st 2 MONTHS OF TUITION!! New dancers only.
Offer does not apply to Musical Theatre classes.
You better hurry though!! Registration for Fall Session ends on Sept 30th!!
Classes offered include :
Jazz * Hip Hop * Poms * Cheer * Lyrical * Contemporary * Ballet * Pre-Ballet * Ballet Technique * Tap * Zumba * Breakdance * Mommy & Me * Creative Movement * Dancer Tone & Flexibility * Leaps/Turns/Progressions *
Visit our website for details!
AAD's amazing instructors are one of the many reasons why they receive this top honor year after year. Former AAD instructor Jamile McGee recently choreographed this video for funnyordie.com, with Wayne Brady, Mike Tyson, and Bobby Brown. Enjoy!
Congratulations to Jessica Mason, Ms. Planet Beach Denver Colorado, on her win of the Ms. Planet Beach Midwest regional spokesmodel search. Jessica, a former Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rapids, and Colorado 14ers Dancer and owner of Studio-21 dance in Golden, competed at Shady Gators in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, on Saturday, September 25, to win the regional title over 17 other midwest city and state Ms. Planet Beach spokesmodel representatives.
Jessica's prize package included a tiara, trophy, Ms. Planet Beach sash, $1500 cash, a month in the Planet Beach 2011 calendar, a full magazine spread, and a paid trip to attend the International Spokesmodel search finals in New Orleans January 2011 to compete against the other regional winners for the title of Ms. Planet Beach International. Good luck Jessica!
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Hard Rock Cafe Denver invites guests to rock out in support of breast cancer awareness and research! On Saturday, October 23rd, 2010, Hard Rock Cafe Denver will host an exclusive performance by the dance team RockStarz as part of Hard Rocks 2010 PINKTOBER initiative. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Denver Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, part of the national grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists working together to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.
Founded by Kristin Engler Brooks in 2007, the Rocky Mountain RockStarz is an elite group of former professional cheerleaders and dancers with credentials including the Los Angeles Lakers, St. Louis Rams, Denver Nuggets, Washington Wizards, Kansas City Chiefs and many other teams. RockStarz is a performance group that maintains their remarkable dance style through exclusive performances. As professional dancers, RockStarz share their talent through youth dance clinics, seminars, performing and other community service. Join Hard Rock Cafe for this great Pinktober event with Rockstarz and help support Susan G. Komen!!
Buy your tickets here.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Howdy Broncos Country!
Our first regular season home game is just DAYS away and I could not be more excited! All summer (since May!) the Cheerleaders have been preparing for the season by practicing and attending charity and promotional events.
We are often confronted with similar questions by the fans, so I thought I’d try to shed light on some of the most frequent questions we hear in case you haven’t had a chance to ask us yourself! I also hope this helps you to better understand the life of a Denver Broncos Cheerleader and what it’s like to dance for the best team in the NFL!
Do you have a weight requirement? I get this question a lot, and it always surprises me. No, we do not have weigh-ins, and there is no weight requirement. We are accountable for keeping fit so we look and feel our best in our uniforms, and represent the Broncos and the rest of our teammates well. Also, DBC’s have always been known for our abs and we want to maintain that reputation!
Do you guys eat? YES, we eat a lot!! I can’t go 2 hours without eating! It takes a lot of energy to get through practices and game days, so rabbit food diets won’t cut it either. Eating a balanced, healthy diet helps us looking and feeling our best, but cutting out all junk food is not realistic. My personal favorite is Mexican food, and one of our line captains (Nicole) even bakes treats for the team to celebrate birthdays!
Do you travel with the football team? No, we do not travel with the team. In fact, the NFL mandates against our being on the field of an opposing team during away games, with the exception of the Super Bowl, which is played on a neutral field. Life as a DBC is already so busy, I can’t imagine having a family, working or going to school full time AND traveling to away games. Our team does travel occasionally, several of the veterans performed on a AFE (Armed Forces Entertainment) tour in Australia last March!
How often do you practice? We have 2 formal rehearsals per week, each lasting anywhere between 4-5 hours in length. Most of us spend 1-2 nights per week “practicing for practice,” especially during the early summer months as we prepare the bulk of our routines for the season. By the first preseason game, we have 25-30 routines, and once the season kicks off we continue to learn new material. It is our responsibility to come prepared to rehearsal, so for many of us, extra practice time is often required.
Do you get paid? I get this question a lot, too. Yes, we are paid. I won’t tell you how much, but I will say it is enough. It is not about the money; field level seats for every home game are worth it in itself! We all feel so blessed to be able to do what we love (dance and perform), for the team that we love (the Broncos!!), and feel it is a bonus to be compensated for it.
Are the girls nice? Does everyone get along? Surprisingly enough, yes! On the field, we are professional and always act with the best interest of the team in mind. Off the field, I have made some of my best friends in life. It’s impossible to be best friends with 25 other women, but I trust that every one of my teammates would have my back in a heartbeat if it came down to it.
Do you have to tryout every year? Yes, all 26 women must compete for their spot at auditions each year, and trust me, no one is safe.
Hope to see you at the game this Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks!
My best always,