Get the skills to move in the sky
What is Tracking?
Tracking, tracing, angle, or atmonauti, whichever name you hear for this type of flying, is defined by a way of flying where you, in addition to moving vertically, move horizontally, at a higher speed, and covering longer distances.
The discipline is executed in the belly or back-to-earth orientation, and feet first as well.
It's recommended that you start learning belly-to-earth flat tracking. When you get the basic skills, you can start to join groups of a maximum of 3 skydivers, preferably with someone with more experience leading the jump.
After mastering flying flat, you will start to fly in diverse angles of attack, from flat to almost vertical.
That's what we call Angle Flying.
Build your Tracking Foundations
If you are a newbie in any orientation or angle, you will need one-on-one coaching to develop your basic skydive tracking skills and to acquire all the safety knowledge needed for a safe jump.
If you already know the basics, you can choose either one-on-one or group coaching.
The training fulfills all the requirements for "BS" Skydivers to earn the TR1, TR2, TR3 stickers.
TR1 = Flat belly tracking
TR2 = Flat back tracking
TR3 = Angle flying
Tracking Safety Knowledge
(Rig, Audible, Clothing)
Conditions for tracking
(Winds, Weather, Clouds)
(Jump run, Flying pattern, Opening point)
Leading a jump
Flying with a formation
(Approach, Level, Slot, and No-fly zone)
Breakoff procedures (separation)
Tracking Skills to be Developed
Speeding up & Slowing down
Fall rate control
Approaching a formation from:
(Behind, The Front, Above and Below)
What are you waiting for?