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The Rolling Harrier

Discussion in 'How To- 3D Flying and Aerobatics Flying' started by gyro, Dec 5, 2012.

   
  1. Xpress

    Xpress GSN Sponsor Tier 1

    The rhythm has worked for me for years so yes it's a good way to start to learn how to do it. But when you're letting a set of parameters control your airplane, there's only so much you will be able to do before other outside elements can mess with it. Eventually you'll learn how to modify your rhythm, and if you fly enough, you'll eventually realize that the rhythm has its limitations.
     
  2. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    Very true.
     
  3. 49dimes

    49dimes Damn I'm hungry

    The rhythm method is great for those who can dance. I got two left feet therefore two left thumbs :confused??:. Been working on my rhythm over timing though and it seems to be helping me. I still suck at rolling and only attempt it 5 mistakes high because I make 5 mistakes while attempting rolling high alpha maneuvers.
    1. Stay too tense
    2. Loose concentration
    3. PANIC
    4. Over control
    5. Get frustrated

    So then it's off to the cheeseburger joint :face-palm:.
     
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