Tip Tuesday: Landing Patterns
Heading to a new DZ? Here are a few tools from Flight-1's Justin Price to help you scope it out before you even get there...
This is the fifth video in IBA’s Dynamic Progression ‘how-to’ series, Full Back Layout. A Full Back Layout is the result of the combination of two transitions: a back-to-belly backflip, followed by a belly-to-back backflip. Therefore, being comfortable flying these two transitions is required to learn this skill. The transitions are to be performed while covering the entire tunnel, which entails for the first portion, a brief moment in a head-down orientation. For this reason, being comfortable flying any head-down maneuvers is of course very helpful.
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