How Do You Define Free Falling?
There are various types of people in the world but they can all be categorized into two: those that do not take risks and those that are risk takers and thrill seekers. Not many people can stomach the sight of high places and this is why there are only a few people that would be enticed by skydiving. If a sky diver wishes to drop slower or faster, all he would have to d is to alter the position of his body. It has been recorder that the top speed a free diver has eve achieved is almost 900 kilometers per hour but if the diver remains in a certain position wherein the belly is parallel to the ground then he could only achieve a speed of about 200 kilometers per hour.
Free falling from an aircraft 14,000 feet above the ground will last for about a minute but the typical sky diver can take about 5 to 7 minutes. They say that the world is truly a beautiful place but you never really know how unless you see it from up in the sky.
To add beauty to sky diving, you can always do it over the greatest sceneries on the planet. Many tourists have been slightly disappointed that they traveled far to see something beautiful and they get to enjoy it for about a day or two only. Sky diving is making so much noise for the tourism industry because beautiful places is even more beautiful when seen from thousands of feet of the ground. Huge tourist diving spots are proven to be of a different level of beauty once it is seen from 13,000 feet above the ground. If you want to make the most out o the experience, you should do your research on the best spots to see when sky diving and pick one that would best suit your taste.
If you are new to sky diving, you will not be allowed to dive alone but rather, you are going down with an instructor who will tell you how you should position your body when you are already falling. The first time you do it, you are going to feel so happy and excited, but the moment the aircraft takes off, that’s the time you will feel nervous and you will think about all the worst case scenarios that could possibly happen while you are 14,000 feet above the ground. Once you are good to go, the instructor will be the one to make the leap and then you start falling farther and farther from the aircraft.