Flyers must be able to demonstrate they can fly forward and backward while maintaining a neutral and controlled Sit Flying position throughout.
Demonstrate a controlled transition from a neutral Back Flying position to a neutral Sit fLying position at moderate wind speeds.
The first skill to learning the “Head-Up” flying orientation.
Time to get upright!
The full Barrel Roll is an important step, especially if you want to do Dynamic
To tie in with the other transitions from your back to your belly and vice versa, the Back to Belly Front Flip transition uses a different set of skills than the barrel roll moves and is slightly more challenging.
Junior flyers all around the world competing for over 15 hours of tunnel time prizes
A controlled transition from Belly to Back, over the feet.
The second half of the belly to back barrel roll transition. These transitions are simple but require a specific set of inputs to execute correctly...
Flight of the Phoenix – tunnel comp in August
The first horizontal orientation transition is an easy switch from Belly to Back Fly...
In preparation for advanced flying and competing in tunnel competitions, it will be important that you can safely and efficiently enter and exit the flight chamber while Back Flying.
Completing this skill will conclude the basic movements that you will need to progress to more advanced back flying skills.
Control your fall rate while on your back. Being comfortable at gaining altitude will help lead you to more advanced trick moves.
140 competitors from around the world came to iFLY Virginia Beach on their way to the World Championships.
The back fly forward and backward movements are essential skills to learn and understand in order to be able to demonstrate control.
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