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  1. I was completely scared shitless up until about my 10th jump. I'm new too, just have 21 jumps but it def got easier for me after the 8th-10th.
  2. Hey thanks for the reply. Mostly I was just wondering if everyone got their solo the moment they were done PFF, as I have 2 tasks to complete still. I suppose it depends on DZ though? I don't think my DZ allows 4 ways until you have a B CoP even with coaching but don't quote me on that. I'm happy just working on stability, turns, tracking for this season. Hopefully weather stays good for the next little bit. If all goes well I will be able to get on two loads this weekend and finish those tasks. Simple ones, but they need to be signed off. Blue Skies
  3. Hey thanks for the reply. I'm very new to the sport, 16 jumps. In truth I wasn't sure if it was the MS or the adrenaline wearing me out. Figured it could be one or the other, or both. I never heard of the Coppertone suggestion, but it's interesting for sure. Definitely couldn't hurt. I take high dose of Vit D now (20,000IU). I thought I seen someone on the forums with MS, but can't find it now. I'm thinking I found it somewhere else. No biggie though
  4. Anyone else jump with MS? Curious if you get exhausted after a few jumps or am I just an odd ball. Honestly, two in a day and I am good. I'm in remission, I really don't have any ongoing symptoms. Had Transverse Myelitis in 2014 but the spinal cord lesion is nearly gone from what my Neuro tells me. *Disclaimer* If I am exhausted I don't jump haha
  5. Curious if there is any other Canadians online who have taken or are taken the PFF? I'm essentially done PFF and just working on some things for my solo but would be interested in chatting with others who have taken the program or are new to the skys'