Student Gideon was back in the cockpit today with Capt. Kreutzer flying G-CGGG and in stark contrast to yesterday he brought some super weather with him too! Great hover taxi Gideon, see you back at the flying school on Sunday 👍🏻🚁
This will be taking the place of "Sarah's Tiny Treasures" which was a business I had years ago that provided families of infant loss with custom designed ornaments. I loved that business very much and found joy in creating a lasting memory for many families!
God has opened up another door so that I may have a creative outlet in creating tye dyed scarfs and flags! "The Whimsical Butterfly" name was created with my flagging call sign and the nature of the butterfly!
To fly from the back, it is important to know how to dose the force on the active muscle groups to hold the wind and keep a neutral and stable basic position. In belly flight, if you relax the muscles of your arms and legs, they will position themselves correctly, facilitating the aerodynamics of flight. Already on the back flight, if you completely relax the members, they will pass ideal spot and you may lose stability. Therefore, it is important to note the intensity of the applied force. Imagine that 100% represents the maximum force you can do to push your arms and legs against wind and 0% represents completely relaxed muscles. To fly in the neutral back position, the ideal intensity is between 30% and 60% of the maximum force of muscle contraction. This variation may be larger or smaller, depending on the size and weight of the trunk in relation to the limbs (legs and arms) that characterize the biotype of each. Position: spine straight or slightly bent, legs flexed at an angle of 90 °, hands relaxed above the head, pushing the wind down with the back of the hands down. The feet should be longer farther than the knees and hands farther than the elbows, elbows farther than the shoulders. There are four predominant strength points, located on the outside of both knees and on the back of both knees. cuffs, which hold the wind pressure. Body weight is symmetrically distributed among these four support points in the wind. -------------------------------------------
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Fotoshooting over the Clouds ⛅📷✈️ Thank you for this beautiful job @philippprinzing