When you start flying in the indoor skydiving wind tunnel, you may notice a very interesting (and almost certainly very welcome) off-label benefit of participating in our awesome sport: getting suddenly, noticeably hotter. Yeah, much of that will owe to the newfound confidence that’ll be twinkling all over your face, but it’ll also have a lil’ something to do with the strengthening, toning magic of the wind. And it’ll probably get you stoked to optimize even further. So let’s dig into that, shall we?
Ready to hit the gym? Cool! But finally, a word to the wise: Flying is tiring, especially at the beginning, so treat it like a brand-new gym program. Build up your time as you get stronger. When you start your journey to tunnel greatness, it’s best to get started by flying shorter, regular sessions. As your capacity increases, build up your sessions incrementally. If you do too much too soon, you’ll tire out before you’ve finished your time, and nobody wants that.
We’re looking forward to your high-flyin’ fitspo!
We have been twice now and absolutely love it and are already planning our next family flight! Andy, Derek, and all of the staff have been amazing. They are excellent with both kids and adults, and our 4 year old daughter can't get enough! The facility is top notch, and they ensure you have a safe and REALLY fun time. You can tell everyone loves what they do, and it more than their job - it is their passion. I would HIGHLY recommend this for kids and families, and they even offer birthday party packages.