PRO Skydiving

Freefall Skydive

If you're a serious adrenaline junkie you may realize that it's time to consider a freefall skydive. Whether on your own or tandem with another jumper, there is just no experience like jumping from a plane and experiencing the unhindered fall; in some cases you can even advance the speed of your jump for an even bigger thrill.For those who have never before experienced a freefall skydive, your first concern might be safety. This is a good consideration and one to think about no matter the new sport or adventure you're trying. There is no sport or physical activity that doesn't include some risk of danger, and of course jumping out of a plane is inherently dangerous enough! Understanding what it means to freefall skydive and understanding all the necessary precautions will mean keeping you as safe as possible no matter what.

One thing to consider is that when you freefall skydive, you're not truly freefalling without a parachute and safety gear. There is just no way to safely land anywhere when you jump from a plane without the drag produced by a chute. Even base jumpers know this and use a chute for themselves, and they're much closer to the ground! A freefall skydive typically refers to how far you fall before deploying the chute, making the rush even more exciting and exhilarating.It's also possible to accelerate the speed of your descent in a freefall skydive by using your posture and muscle strength. Advanced jumpers also may do twists and turns and even tricks in the air; you may have seen performers going through hoops or joining hands to form shapes and so on. This is all part of a freefall skydive and something that advanced jumpers can learn somewhat easily.Because a freefall skydive means falling for a full minute or two before deploying a parachute, there is more schooling involved before you jump. It's important to read the instruments you have properly so you know when to open your chute; doing so when you're too close to the ground will mean not slowing down enough for a safe landing. It's also important to learn about safety when in the air with other jumpers since a mid-air collision can be as damaging as a high-speed car accident. When you're preparing for a freefall skydive be ready for this bookwork and desk work beforehand.

For an advanced jumper, the experience of a freefall skydive is like no other, but it does mean more precautions than typical jumping. With those precautions in place, a person can be very safe during this type of jump and in some cases even turn it into a career option. As with other sports you need to understand the risks and need to understand the best ways to contain those risks; if you do this then a freefall skydive is as safe as any other skydiving experience. Hundreds of others have enjoyed it, so why not investigate the experience today?