For someone that is curious about the skydiving experience, tandem jumps can be an important option as they will allow them to experience the excitement and thrill of skydiving without having to go through the extensive training that is needed to become licensed for solo jumping. While tandem skydiving can be an easier process for an inexperienced jumper, they will still need to be ready to make the most of this trip. 

Make An Effort To Hydrate Thoroughly Before Going On The Skydiving Trip

Individuals that are new to skydiving will often make the mistake of severely underestimating the need to hydrate prior to their jump. During the ride on the plane, a person can sweat a sizable amount due to being nervous. The interior of the plane could be warm due to the number of people that may be skydiving. Furthermore, a person can lose considerable moisture during their descent. Lastly, it may be very warm on the ground while the skydivers await retrieval from the service provider. By thoroughly hydrating prior to the jump, individuals can avoid the risk of experiencing a muscle cramp or other unpleasant side effects of mild dehydration.

Avoid Wearing Overly Tight Clothing

The attire that you wear for the jump can be another factor that will influence the quality of your experience. Ideally, you should wear long sleeves and pants that are fairly loose-fitting. Long sleeves and pants will help to keep you warm during the descent, and they can offer some protection in the event that you take a tumble when you are landing. By keeping these garments loose, you can be sure to retain your full range of movement. Having your full range of movement can avoid the risk of you tripping when you land, which could cause you and your tandem partner to fall.

Stretch Prior To Boarding The Plane For The Jump

Thoroughly stretching prior to the skydiving experience can reduce the risk of suffering a pulled muscle. In addition to being useful when you are landing, this can also help you to be more comfortable during the descent as it will allow your body to be looser in response to the force of the air against your body. When stretching, special attention should be given to your legs and arms as these will be the extremities that may experience the widest range of movement during the skydiving descent and landing. Doing this prior to boarding the plane can provide you with enough room as there may not be a suitable amount of space or time on the plane for you to rigorously stretch.