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waster  (Student)

Dec 19, 2002, 2:03 AM
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I don't know if anyone remembers my post about screwing up my 5sec delays on November 9th, but i have finally managed to jump despite bad weather that resides in wintry England. I stayed stable (yeah!); i did turn when i went in for the pull, but i managed to stay stable and have a nice smooth opening. All i did was just take my socks off to have better awareness of my legs(it works really well), and just relax. Thanks very much to-

JPA
Sonic
kmcguffee
riggerrob
Hallur
Casch
dterrick
jumpy
RichM- my jumpmaster for the jump, cheers.
jessefs
Bodyflier
bobsoutar

who replied to my post, it is nice to know that people are willing to help. Thanks again guys. Gotta go now, am heading for the blue skys that are supposedly over my DZ!

Have a good day!


masher  (D 3806)

Dec 19, 2002, 2:14 AM
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w007 for you.

Just remember to keep arching on your next exit. It took me about 10 exits to get my exit stable. After that, I cranked through the levels.


Casch

Dec 19, 2002, 8:41 AM
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Great job Waster, but don't give us the credit, you made the jump! And don't worry about that little bit of turn when you pull. You will get the position down soon. Just remember when you pull, the only things you want to move are your arms. At first when I would pull, I would bend a little at the waist causing me to turn right a little bit. It's nothing to be concerned about. Congrats!


jessefs  (A License)

Dec 19, 2002, 9:16 AM
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Awesome job dude, especially after the long break.Wink



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