o, you’re skydiving for the first time. You’re a little nervous, a little wary and a whole lot of excited and want to know more about what to expect when it comes to the actual dive itself. Well, you’ve come to the right place. At skydiving.com, we’ve all been there. We’ve had those first moments of excitement after you get off the phone with a reservation specialist where you want to call everyone and tell them you are about to dive straight out of an airplane. We’ve also experienced the stomach churning seconds before you lift off on the plane. We know that it is weighing on your mind that this could be the absolute best decision you have ever made or the worst. Let us reassure you, it is the best.
At skydiving.com, we most often get visits from first time skydiver’s families looking for answers on what to expect. We strive to provide as much reassurance as we can that the activity will go off without a hitch. So, for both the jumper and the loving spectators on the ground we are providing the actual TRUTH about your first dive.
Staff writer Mia Bysinger has put together an article, based on first hand experience at a Skydiving.com network dropzone in Atlanta, that describes what you can expect when you make your first jump. If you are new to skydiving, you should absolutely read this!
Check out the article here!