This post is all about how to combine the previous two posts (reading winds aloft forecasts and calculating freefall drift) to start off with the best spot possible. This post assumes that you are on the first load of the […]
Last post was all about reading the winds aloft report. Now, we get to estimate how far we will drift in freefall. Notice the word estimate…this is not an exact calculation as we use generalizations in our number crunching. But, […]
This first part in the series on freefall drift shows you how to find and read a winds aloft report.
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, […]
Many people wonder when they should begin to think about downsizing their parachute size. Some may have been told that now they are at X number of jumps they should be at Y wingloading. We say that is crap. Downsizing […]