If you mean the cheerleaders of the 80's were apples to oranges to the cheerleaders of today, and about 1% of them could do what cheerleaders do today, then I'll agree. The kids weren't any less capable, it was just the coaching resources to train them beyond the splits and a two leg stunt at waist prep weren't available. How many level 5 teams could throw full team running doubles 10 years ago? Standing fulls 5 years ago? NT5 has extra time at practice and in the routine to give stunting a whole new level of difficulty we have never seen before. It's not a matter of "if" NT5 will evolve, it's a matter of how "quickly" the coaching and talent will evolve. I can't wait to see what other countries bring to the table in this division. @njallday while I don't expect to change anyone's mind. NT5 doesn't have to go to a dangerous level to take stunting to a new difficulty or creative level. A L5 routine has limitations on what it can accomplish, because of the tumbling requirement. TGLC has typically been the creative innovator in the industry, however, this is where I feel other countries are going to enter and help take stunting to a new level, but it won't happen overnight.