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The Colorguard Site
The Attitude
History/Background of Guard
How to Get Involved in Colorguard
Fundraising Ideas
Ways to Save Guard Money
Guard Award Ideas
Ways to Tell You're in Colorguard
Ways to Tell You're in Colorguard Part 2
Colorguard Sayings
Colorguard Poems and Stuff
10 Commandments of Guard
Guard Excuses
Guard New Year's Resolutions
Performance/Competition Tips
Colorguard Tips
Tips for Captains
Captain Audition Tips
Guard Makeup Tips
Performance Hairstyle Tips
Uniform Help
Equipment Tips and Tricks
Dating a Guard Member
Music for Tryouts
Questions about Colorguard
Links to Specific Guards
End of Season Self-Evaluation
Bonding Ideas
The Unofficial Band Dictionary
Guard Dictionary
How To Annoy Colorguard Members
Why It's Great to be in Guard
The Attitude
Guns out of Guard?
Colorguard: The New Sport
Recruiting Tips
Guard Clip Art and Animations
Why Sabres are Better than Men
FYI: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
FA: Strains, Sprains, and Fractures
FA: Muscle Cramps and Leg Pain
FA: Bruises
Important Message!!

It's all about the attitude!

So you think you know it all? So you think you're the royalty compared to everyone around you? So you think that you're the best at everything? Well with that kind of attitude, no one's going to want to be around you.

You know who they are. People who think that they are the best guardie that ever lived. People who constantly act superior, acts stuck up to others.

This kind of attitude does NOT go well with a good guard.

Think about what marching band/colorguard/winterguard is. It's a COMBINED EFFORT!!! Lots of people thrown together all striving for one thing! There is absolutely no room for egotism and star-treatment. It will not benefit the band/guard as a whole. You are NOT God's gift to the ensemble! You might think that you are, but all you're doing is hurting yourself, your image to others, and your group. There is no room for acting like you're the best. Even if you are the best equipment handler, you are DEFINITELY NOT the best person socially.