Learn Formation Skydiving
Get required skills to skydive with other people
What is Formation Skydiving?
Formation Skydiving (FS) is the art of flying in which two or more people link in freefall, holding onto grips or each other's limbs.
The discipline is executed either in the prone position (with belly-to-earth) or vertically (with either feet or head towards earth).
Learning the basics of formation skydiving in belly-to-earth orientation will give you a solid foundation to develop your skydiving career in a safer way.
Build your Skydiving Foundations
FS training consists of one-on-one instruction with a focus on developing solid group freefall skills.
Safety is my number one priority. So, all learning process is driven bearing that in mind.
The skydiver will develop the skills to be able to plan and execute a Formation Skydive.
The number of skydives needed to accomplish it ranges from as low as 3 skydives, usually achieved by tunnel rats, to an average of 10 skydives.
The training fulfills all the requirements for "BS" Skydivers to earn the FS1 sticker.
FS Skills to be developed
Perform different types of exits
(linked and not linked)
Control fall rate
(slow and fast fall)
Control horizontal movement
(forward, backward, and sideways)
Turn in place
(discover the power of your legs)
Dock (grip) with other skydivers
Track away from a formation
Dive and approach a formation
Fly with a formation
USPA "A" License
Other Skydive licenses
Not a BS / USPA Skydiver?
The program can be customized to your needs.
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