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Indoors Outdoors - Translating Between The Tunnel & The Sky (Part 3) - 2017-06-22 by Joel Strickland new

Indoors Outdoors - Translating Between The Tunnel & The Sky (Part 3) Backflying, in the manner that you learn as the entry point into freefly training in the tunnel, is not something much done up in the sky. Back tracking yes, and transitioning through your back from...
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Indoors Outdoors - Translating Between The Tunnel & The Sky (Part 2) - 2017-06-19 by Joel Strickland new

Indoors Outdoors - Translating Between The Tunnel & The Sky (Part 2) Of all the basic orientations and body positions available, good old sitfly is the one that changes the most between indoor and outdoor flying. If you have done any head up training in a tunnel, your ...
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Indoors Outdoors - Translating Between The Tunnel & The Sky - 2017-05-30 by Joel Strickland

Indoors Outdoors - Translating Between The Tunnel & The Sky Bodyflight has undergone significant evolution over the past few years. There are many tunnels now, with many more on the way - and the very best flying from formalised competitions attracts a great...
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From Tunnel to Sky - 2017-01-12 by Kirk Verner & Gary Peek

From Tunnel to Sky The advent of vertical wind tunnels has created not only an incredible new air sport, but has also provided us with a very realistic simulation of freefall skydiving. This simulation can be used to...
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How To Get That Wind Tunnel Job - Vince Arnone Talks You In - 2016-12-30 by Annette O'Neil

How To Get That Wind Tunnel Job - Vince Arnone Talks You In When it comes to the windytube, Vince Arnone has a few solid miles under his belt. Hes worked in the wind tunnel industry since 2010 (and in the skydiving world for a few more years before even...
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How To Tube: Getting It Right - 2016-10-07 by Joel Strickland

How To Tube: Getting It Right Outside of the physical progress with your tunnel flying skills, there are some things to keep in mind when you visit your local tube that will aid both efficiency and enjoyment for yourself and...
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How To Tube: Managing Sessions and Understanding Rotation - 2016-09-29 by Joel Strickland

How To Tube: Managing Sessions and Understanding Rotation Tunnel flying can be physically demanding, especially at the beginning. Being in good shape will help but tunnel fitness is largely built through learning good technique and trying to fly as...
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How to Tube: Buying and Using Time - 2016-09-12 by Joel Strickland

How to Tube: Buying and Using Time Tunnel time is not cheap. For casual flyers there is no real way to make it be cheap, short of selling your soul to a tunnel company for a position as an instructor. However, there are a few things...
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How To Tube: A Guide To Getting The Most From Your Tunnel Sessions - 2016-09-05 by Joel Strickland

How To Tube: A Guide To Getting The Most From Your Tunnel Sessions A tunnel coach and a tunnel instructor are different things. This can be confusing as they may look the same, sound the same, perhaps wear the same suit and even be the same person performing two...
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