LEARNING TO FLY EPISODE II IS ONLINE!

Learning To Fly Episode II stats:
- 200 pieces of footage, most of them are After Effects compositions with 20+ layers inside each one;
- 60% of screenplay re-written during one year of filming;
- 5 countries visited to film the footage;
- 2 drones and 5 different cameras used;
- 2 national Woo height records set.
This Episode is now stuffed with lots of useful things. You will feel the true power of your kite, what it was made for, have your muscles wasted, maybe scared sometimes, but it will make you fly. Thanks for waiting!

A NEW SRI LANKAN HEIGHT RECORD

While filming some footage for Learning To Fly - Episode II movie, suddenly I realized, that I have set a new Sri Lankan height record in both Woo and PIQ leaderboards ("all time" period). Though the 2017 wind season in Kalpitiya is surprisingly weak, right techniques still do the greater part of the job.

However, I would not say, that Kalpitiya is a place where you can jump super-high super-easily. The wind speed sometimes gets pretty high, though the air consistency and, therefore, overall power stays quite low.

Hope you will also hit the leaderbords with the help of Episode II, which now has (finally!) all the footage needed and will be online by the end of summer 2017. 

COLLABORATION OF ADVAKITE WITH NORTH AND PIQ

Recently I've received an offer from North and PIQ to collaborate a bit with them and their product, the PIQ Robot sensor. Since I've got my own PIQ device, tested it in different conditions, I can recommend it to my subscribers.

Take a look at my short review about the sensor.

If you ever think about buying it, go to PIQ.COM and use your promo-code ANTONPIQ to get you free delivery.

NEW VIDEO SERIES ABOUT BIG-AIR SPOTS IS STARTED

With my new video I start another series, which I called "Big-Air spots". For mastering high jumps and everything related to them, like rotations, board-offs and slides conditions play a major part. Especially, when you are not super-experienced.

Even if you know what you are doing, you still need to reduce the influence of choppy water and gusty wind as much as you can.

Choosing a right spot to practice starts to play the leading role. With my new video series I will try to help you with that, so you could make you sessions as much effective as possible.