What I love the most about skydiving is that you can’t get this type of adventure anywhere else. Skydiving is a unique feeling. Also, that any picture taken in free fall is extremely rare. Imagine, we just have few moments to get in place, stoping moving, focus, hold still and click or, bit or blow (device we use to take picture in free fall). Besides that, we have to jump from an airplane. I don't know you guys, but my bit switch was broken in one month because of so hard I was bitting it (lol). What I mean is that doesn't matter how many jumps I have, I get nervous at the door, I feel uncomfortable when I'm doing something new and that I have that adrenaline rush on my veins every jump. And, I love it!
I always want more people skydiving, and I do that by showing my own experience to you all and you might get involved on it and try skydive for the first time. Or, you already jump and you get more motivation to keep training to be a better skydiver and motivate people around you to start or try skydiving.
To help us out, I wrote an article about the cost of skydiving, please take a look at the blog if you need more information in this matter. It's a cool article and it brings information for tandems and AFF Course.
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My peeps over @fitnesslabcrossfit were NOT KIDDING about the ADRENALINE RUSH that hits you the moment that competition clock starts! I’ve never experienced anything like this anywhere else, and I’m more motivated to push for more out of every workout. Already working on stepping up my game with my lifts and increasing that overall endurance, mentally and physically. Bottom line: LIFTS were AMAZING, WALL BALLS were the absolute WURST, and the COMMUNITY WAS EVERYTHING. Couldn’t have done it without my Swole Sister @allisonrobertson with me every step of the way. This girl is definitely coming back for MORE in 2019! 🔥❤️💪🏼🥦🏋🏻♀️
One of our favorite adventures is to experienced the Aerobatic sailplane ride with Sky Sailing. Not only you get to fly the plane yourself (with Garret, the instructor in the back, of course), you also get to experience up to 5g gravitational pull as Garret shows off his skills. Check out blog for our experiences and more info on this super neat adventure! Link is in the bio.