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 Video 8 in IBA’s Dynamic Progression ‘how-to’ series, Head-Up Out-Face Carve. Similar to a head-up in-face carve, an Out-Face Carve is also a combination of two motions: a backwards drive and a turn. Therefore, being comfortable flying these two points of motion while sit-flying will be very helpful in order to master this skill.
To fly a fast and smooth carve, you will want to straighten out your body and bring your hips out; avoid getting too comfortable in the traditional, bent-hips, sit-flying position.
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