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Cheer Star Lexi Brumback in Two-Piece Workout Gear is "Amazing"

Brumback is still cheering today.

Lexi Brumback was a member of the Navarro cheer squad. She was featured on the Netflix documentary series, Cheer. Brumback is still cheering today. In April, she shared a video on Instagram of herself doing a stunt. And in March, she shared a set of photos of herself at a competition. How does she stay so fit? Read on.


She Cheerleads


Cheerleading is the main way Brumback stays in shape. She talked about this in an interview with POPSugar. "I definitely want to keep up skills for as long as I'm able to do it because it's good for the body to get in and work out," she added. "Cheerleading, especially what I do is tumbling, it's a full-body workout, and if I can still do it, why not."


She Doesn't Focus On Her Mistakes

Brumback tells POPSugar that cheerleading has taught her to not beat herself up over things. "One thing that I really had to learn was, whenever you do something wrong, you can't sit there and bully yourself over it. It's just going to make things worse. One quote I really like to tell myself is, 'Don't focus on what went wrong, focus on your next steps in fixing it.'"


She Has Good People Skills

Brumback also told POPSugar that cheerleading has helped with her social skills. "It teaches you major people skills and how to overcome your own problems, or even problems with each other, and come together and see the bigger picture and work towards that as a team," she says. "If there's no trust, there's no team."


She Likes Ink

"One of my fav things I've done since moving to LA is meeting amazing artists like @worst.ttt who are super talented and inspiring! He freehanded this cute little bat creature for me and I just love it! Thank you for the new ink 🤟🔥," she captioned one post.


She Likes the Sun

Sunshine is a great source of vitamin D. Just be sure to "generously apply a broad-spectrum water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF (Sun Protection Factor) of at least 30 to all exposed skin. Broad spectrum means the sunscreen protects you from both UVA and UVB rays. Re-apply about every 2 hours and after swimming or sweating," says Johns Hopkins.

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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