The Wildcats are very well known in the cheer world. That is an "open" team which means they don't have age restrictions. There is a major difference between cheerleaders and a dance crew. The stunting alone makes it tremendously harder. That routine was amazing. Not one little bobble. No stunt falls. It was amazing.
To clarify. This is an "All Star" gym which means they do not actually "cheer" for anyone. There is no cheering in unison for these teams. It's all very athletic and danc-y. They practice all year long (it's actually an 11 month season) and perform the same routine (with maybe slight modifications- sometimes major ones but that's not usual) about 15 times or so per year (more or less depending on how many competitions they are registered for). They also ALL have tumbling. It's a requirement. The entire routine is 2.5 minutes long and they all have the same components, although not necessarily in the same order. The components are stunts, jumps, tumbling, pyramid & dance. My daughter was a cheerleader for 8 years, 5 of which was for an all-star gym.