This method of skydiving training is called “accelerated” because the progression is the fastest way to experience solo freefall, normally from 3000 to 4000 meters “Above Ground Level” (AGL). In static line progression, more jumps are required to experience freefall, but the jumps are less expensive for the student as one instructor can dispatch multiple students per load and students are initially dispatched from lower altitudes. Under accelerated freefall, one or sometimes two instructors are dedicated just to one student.
Coaching jump Skydiving is a sport in which all participants seek improvement in skill and confidence in their skills. Coaching plays a significant role in setting goals, testing the goals, and reviewing the tested goal. Contact us for more info or availability! Or check out our events!