While many may say that it’s foolish to set New Year’s resolutions, I think that it can be a great idea. A new year is a natural place to reset and try to improve your ways. So, if you’re willing, […]
Category D brings us to the point where the student is beginning to master freefall turns and are working more with their canopy skills. The student should be encouraged to aim for accuracy, but not at the expense of a […]
I always like to tell my students that this category is where the instructor begins to transition from a person that was super hands-on to an observer. Yes, some students still need some help with stopping spins at this point, […]
Tired of carrying around the USPA SIM when you teach? I’ve put together these cards that will introduce the jump and relevant concepts to your student while the instructor’s version gives bulleted reminders of what needs to be covered.
For those AFF instructors that do not particularly care to lug the SIM around when teaching, I have these cards that I made to use at our DZ. I’ve gone through each category and written a bit to the student about […]