Re: [Lazarus_762] First hop n pop...a bit nervous!
In reply to:
what would be your one best piece of advice
Realize that your exit altitude is going to be way above what most people have for static line training - not only for the jumps with static line, but even for the first freefall jumps.
So, you have at least 100 times the skill at being stable and regaining stability than a static line student doing their first freefall, and you're going to be doing it from a higher altitude, so stop worrying and enjoy it! You could intentionally do an unstable exit and still have lots of time to make it right.
(This post was edited by sundevil777 on Dec 14, 2012, 6:25 PM)