Being smooth and precise in the air?

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#1 - Experience & training. 

#2 - Kinesthesia & proprioception: https://thesensorytoolbox.com/kinesthesia-proprioception/

Some people have better proprioception. Others have better balance (which is part of it). Still others have better spatial perception, which comes in handy for formation work. 
Gymnastics & dance can help too. I've heard it said that ballet dancers often make excellent skydivers.

I would put strength well down the list. Flexibility is more important.

And other than fitting properly and 'appropriate for the activity' (don't wear a suit with booties when trying to sit fly - trust me on that one), I don't think gear is a factor.

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