Saturday, October 17, 2015

FAQ’s About Skydiving (part 2 of 2)


Is there special equipment you need to go skydiving? There are 5 basic things you need to go skydiving. These are namely the backpack, jumpsuit, helmet, altimeter and parachute. All of these should be in good working condition so you will not encounter any problems when you make the jump.

What happens if the parachute does not open? Fortunately, all skydivers carry a second parachute in their backpack. Once they pull the cord, this will deploy so you will descend safely into the ground.

What are odds that you need to use your second parachute? The good news is that this is very rare because the equipment that you rent is inspected by a certified FAA or Federal Aviation Administration rigger.

Are bad landings often in skydiving? The answer is no but they do happen. This is why you are trained on the ground first to teach you how to land safely but sometimes the wind or carelessness on the part of the jumper may cause this to occur.

Skydiving is a safe extreme sport which you should probably try out if you want to experience the thrill of jumping from a high altitude. There are many skydiving centers around and they are committed to make this experience a safe and memorable one so you can do it again.

If you just want to try it out, you can visit one and sign up for tandem skydiving where an instructor will be the one to wear the suit and guide you the moment you jump off the plane so you enjoy the view. The rates of the jumps vary so you should compare the prices of the different skydiving centers before taking the plunge.

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