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The History of Atmonauti Fly - 2004-12-19 by Gigliola Borgnis and Marco Tiezzi

The History of Atmonauti Fly Atmonauti is a human flight technique, body free, invented by Marco Tiezzi in 1998. Developed and perfected with the help of Gigliola Borgnis, it was presented for the first time in 2000 at the World ...
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Stretching for Freeflying - 2004-12-19 by Louis Harwood

Stretching for Freeflying Freeflying is a physically demanding sport (as are other disciplines in skydiving) and like any physical activity it is much easier to damage your body if you do not prepare your body properly....
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Beginning Freeflying - 2004-12-05 by Louis Harwood

Beginning Freeflying Whether you are interested in freeflying as a main discipline, or you only want to make the occasional "fun jump", you will still want to follow the best and safest learning progression....
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Sit Fly: How to Move and Dock! - 2004-11-08 by Steven Blincoe

Sit Fly: How to Move and Dock! So, you can sit fly with your friends in a group or fly in a two way. The first step to being a free flier, Congratulations! Once you have reached this level you might ask yourself “what’s next?” ...
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Headdown - Everybody wants to learn! - 2004-07-26 by Steven Blincoe

Headdown - Everybody wants to learn! The winter is coming and you’re thinking about where you're going to jump to clear your winter doldrums. When you get to where you want to jump, everybody needs to freshen up their skills, maybe...
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