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iFLY Orlando Overnight Skydiver Camp

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iFLY Orlando's next overnight skydiver camp is going to be held August 23rd, from 11pm - 8am. Same details apply -

It is $575 per hour plus tax, coaching included, gratuities for the instructors are appreciated. We will be flying from 11pm – 8am, and all attendees should be able to arrive by 10pm. 15 minutes minimum – 1 hour max per person available in increments of 15 minutes.
(That means only $158.42 after tax for 15 minutes WITH coaching!)

Anybody who is interested in attending should email coaches@iflyorlando.com with:

- How much time they would like to fly that night
- Skydiving and tunnel experience
- What they would like to work on during their flight sessions

Payment will be collected at the time of registration.

Flight schedules are sent out 1 week prior to the camp. Notification of cancellations are required as least 1 week prior to the camp, otherwise all payments will be forfeited and no refunds or account credits will be offered.

If you can't make it- money can be put on your account and saved there for future camps!

We have had a lot of success at our past overnight camps and couldn't make it happen without you guys!

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Thank You iFLY Orlando for this Aug 23 overnight camp.

As usual it and the coaching was fantastic and from what I saw everyone was improving.

Even after a bunch of trying I didn't get my leg turns down yet and it wasn't because Striker and Casey didn't work hard to teach me. I think I have a mental/physical block of some kind.

I mean does it make sense that I have major problem dropping my leg vertically (mine leg bends into almost the horizontal plane) to turn but that night after 3 feeble attempts I was doing side sliding up, across, diagonally while ascending etc. All that but still can't do a leg turn that looks or is correct. In fact what I do best in leg turns is to turn left when I drop the left leg which is bass akwards ??? Here's a link to the problem

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIRu15H7zl8&feature=youtu.be

I'm on at 0 - 1:40, 9:20, 19:20 any advise appreciated greatly.

Admittedly I only have 1 hour 6 min in the tunnel hour as of the end of this camp and coaches said it would come with time.

Anyone have any ideas to overcome a physio/mental leg turn challenge like this ?

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