Rome wasn’t built in a day, and those professional formation skydiving skills you crave won’t appear overnight either. But they can, and will, improve if you invest time and money wisely.
Paraclete XP is extremely accommodating to the skydiver community. It provides participants with top-of-the-line facilities, easily accessible technological resources, and the largest wind tunnel in the United States! Additionally, Paraclete XP is proud to host workshops led by SDC Rhythm XP in its Raeford, North Carolina tunnel throughout the year.
SDC Rhythm XP workshops are an efficient (and fun) way to develop and improve your body flight skills. You can hone your skills for one of our Indoor Cloud League or just improve your formation skydives abilities. And along the way, you might even notice budding confidence to competently participate in tandem skydiving.
After a wind tunnel workshop with SDC Rhythm XP, there will be no need to shy away from invites to join in on formation skydives. Smile and accept because you know you’ve got what it takes! Interested in learning more? This is what you can expect in a SDC Rhythm XP tunnel workshop.
An SDC Rhythm XP tunnel workshop is always catered to your goals. The SDC Rhythm XP team works diligently with individuals of all experience levels and with varying aspirations. Whether you’re a solo student or someone looking to take a 4- or 8-way team to the next level, workshops can be tailored to suit your specific needs.
SDC Rhythm XP has developed a proven curriculum starting with fundamentals and building up to more complex moves. During the wind tunnel workshop, you will fit a significant amount of flight time into just a few days. Though, you should know, there is more to developing formation skydiving skills than just hopping into the wind tunnel and flying.
Prior to arriving for your wind tunnel workshop, you will be provided with videos and other materials to help prepare. Each tunnel workshop with SDC Rhythm XP includes drills tailored to the participants, who are given clear goals, explanations of how to succeed, and the means to meet those goals most effectively.
This is done with hands-on preparation and a video debrief of each session that covers what was done well, what can be done better, and what will come next. This gives participants a clear idea of their skills, their progression, and identifies the measures for further improvement.
One integral part of the skydiving experience and, likewise, tunnel camp is camaraderie. Wind tunnel workshops with SDC Rhythm XP encourage this by pairing willing participants up with other students or coaches of appropriate skill levels, and you might just meet your next teammate! Participants also have the opportunity to interact at nightly group dinners.