BaNaNaJoE

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  1. So I've been dealing with the topic for a long time. I think you have to assess the danger on the basis of the fatalitys that you can not influence yourself. When I'm risking driving a car, I increase my chances of dying just as if I jumped risky. If you look at the skydiving only the accidents that happen through material failure and you can not influence the accident rate would have to be almost 0 while, for example, when driving is still exposed to a higher risk by the many other road users.
  2. BaNaNaJoE

    Fear is back

    Thank you for the answers. I'm really looking forward to my next jumps. I'm looking forward to the way up, the exit, the free fall, etc. The only thing I'm always worried about is whether the material works.
  3. BaNaNaJoE

    Fear is back

    Hi, I started my AFF last year. After a few jumps my fear was gone. But now after the winter break, the fear is back. I'm not worried about what happens because I make mistakes but about situations that I can not influence. That's why I wanted to ask how likely it is that I'm hurt or dying by a mistake I can not influence (gear failure, double malfunction ...) Thanks in advance for your answers and excuse me for my bad english;) Blue Skies