Joseph Forrest. AFF Course Graduate.
I wanted to do it from young age, 10-11, when my father was doing a charity jump. I didn’t do a jump till I was 21, my aff stage, but could not afford to carry on. Sorted out and here I am.
Skydiving is one of the best things I’ve done. It was great to be away for a week and learn this fantastic sport in the sun. The ground school and preparation for 1st jump really gives you the confidence to jump out of a perfectly good plane. Of course I was nervous but that’s all part of the rush. Once you are in freefall the nervs go and there is no better feeling.
My instructor was Ulli, who was fantastic and got me through the course in just over a day, though all instructors are good and friendly making the Freefall University a great place to learn. Just get out here and do it.
I decided to become a skydiver cause it’s cool man!! I wanted to skydive since doing some static line jumps a couple of years ago. I loved it. My first jumps were a bit skethy but from nmber 3 onwards loved it. Number 7 was the best.The weather is ace, the people are ace and the skydiving is ace.
Awesome just do it!
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British Armed forces training.
The Freefall Uni having been audited by the RAF and approved as a contractor to the British Armed forces recently played host to an official expedition from the Army foundation College . 13 Soldiers completed the BPA A License 18 jump course ( Hybrid: Tunnel + Sky ) in 4 days of Jumping.Read More