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  1. Putting a jump # on everything is not the definitive answer to how good you will be and how well you will progress . Some people are naturally talented , some have to work harder to achieve the same success . Ultimately the biggest problem is people not taking the time to progress through flying smaller suits in all configurations before moving forward . Coaching and outside video are the most invaluable things you can do. skipping this will cause bad habits . Then you will pay more in the long run trying to fix what you have created. Using a smaller suit teaches you how to use your whole body and because you don't have the speed and surface area you feel exactly what you are doing to complete the task . Then when you move into larger suits that require fine movement you have better control. Weight and Height is an excuse people use to justify why they need to upsize . Thats not the problem . Take the time to learn how to fly your body.
  2. I highly recommend you seek out a good wing suit coach to access your skills . The freak is very large wing . And even with a good amount of jumps it takes time to adjust to the speed and inputs that this suit or any other suits in this range require. Also your deployments need to be solid . With this large wing its easier to get in a bad position as your inputs are more sensitive. Jumping Skydive Perris with lots of Wingsuiters coming through , I see all the time people jumping large suits too soon with not enough progression . Its also very dangerous to others when you don't have good enough control and become the "Meat Missile" at the dz. Your just going to endanger yourself and others . Thanks for posting your concerns .
  3. Join FAI World Champion Chris Geiler (aka Star Cruza) and Lightning Flight coaches Randy Seib and Joe Nesbitt for a day-long wingsuit performance flying camp. The camp will be offered twice with four slots available each day. Wingsuits from the Swift2 to the C-Race are all welcome. Learn new ways to use a FlySight to improve your technique, apply classroom learning on jumps, and get feedback from a world champion! To book your slot, contact Chris at flywithcruza@gmail.com. Cost is $145 per person plus your own jumps. website ...... https://www.facebook.com/events/106416273247684/
  4. Been jumping these now for over 70 jumps. Really happy with this canopy. Great openings and flys awesome. even in mega line twist situations it stays square and does not dive too much and i have mine loaded flying a 119 with an exit weight of 210. http://www.dropzone.com/classifieds/Detailed/Main_Canopies/New_Icarus_Omni_Wingsuit_Canopy__165371.html