Testjumping my own gear have forced me to fly imperfect suits until I found the right design. From this experience, I’ve learned what is really important in the body position, and how to get an efficient and stable track. In four days of course, I can share this information with you and correct your tracking position so you get a solid basis and the tools to work on your track and continue your progression in the future.
The course will be focused on three different aspects:
Tracking is fun, and you want to do it as long as you can, so it’s important to cover the safety aspect: what are the common mistakes and how to know which jump is suitable for you.
All suits are different, and you must know your gear if you want to get the best performance out of it: what are the characteristics of your suit and what body position does it require.
The four steps of success are: jump, debrief, jump again and repeat process until you’re satisfied of your progression. I’m here to provide you the debriefing and to help you in analysing your jumps, but great progression comes with lot of practice. This course will make you progress and give you the tools to keep working on your technique during the rest of your basejumping career.
The first afternoon is entirely dedicated to theory, so you get the all night to process the information. It will then be followed by 3 days of practice: all exits will be filmed and debriefed, and every student will get to be filmed in a two-way jump at one point so I can provide a better debriefing.
We will do as many jump as we can, with respect of everyone’s rhythm.
- Every jumper must have his own gear.
- A minimum of 25 basejumps is required.
- The jumper needs to have completed a minimum of 4 stable skydives with the trackingsuit he’s taking to the course.
Price and schedule
The courses are starting on Thursday at 12:30pm and finishing on Sunday evening.
A minimum of 4 jumpers is required to setup a new course.
The price for the course is 450€