Master the Art of Precision Flying

Beyond Basics, Into Mastery

Ground Handling and Energy Management

Precision Skills Training

Are you a paramotor pilot who's already comfortable in the skies but eager to finesse your techniques? Our Precision Skills Training course is designed precisely for pilots like you. Geared toward those with intermediate experience, this specialized training aims to turn you into an artist of the skies.

Our focus is on advanced ground handling and precise energy management, which are crucial for achieving true flying mastery. Our curriculum has been expertly crafted to enhance your skills, enabling you to execute maneuvers like foot drags, cobra launches, spot landings, and power taxiing around obstacles with safety. You will also learn techniques to conquer the infamous nil wind launch.

This course will help you refine your fundamentals, improve your precision, and unlock a higher level of flying expertise. By the end of our intensive training, you will not only fly but soar with an elevated sense of control and mastery.

Various training options:

  • Our custom 3-day course consists of 6 sessions, each approximately 3 hours long. It is available on select dates for $800:
    • Dec 8-10 (Maricopa, AZ)
    • Jan 12-14 (Maricopa, AZ)
    • Feb 9-11 (Maricopa, AZ)
    • June - October | exact dates TBD (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Personalized individual or group sessions are available on request for $200/session.
  • Students who have trained with us can access these courses/sessions for free.


These aren't just showy tricks; they're essential skills designed to enhance your control, safety, and versatility in the air. By mastering these techniques, you're not merely adding flair to your flights—you're also upgrading your toolkit to handle diverse flying conditions with greater skill.

In a sport where conditions are ever-changing, true mastery starts on the ground. Don't just fly—kite, with the kind of precise control that only comes from strong fundamentals.

Start with -->

  • Energy Management
  • Precision Flying
  • Cobra Launch
  • Side Kill
  • Back Fly
  • Foot Drag
  • Hand Kiting
  • Box Kiting

Don't Skip the Essentials

Many new pilots mistakenly believe that they can achieve mastery solely through flying. It can be tempting to think that performing a few wingovers or other impressive maneuvers is enough to prove your skills. However, this attitude can lead to serious difficulties or even hazards in the future. Here's why:

Many new pilots mistakenly believe that they can achieve mastery solely through flying. It can be tempting to think that performing a few wingovers or other impressive maneuvers is enough to prove your skills. However, this attitude can lead to serious difficulties or even hazards in the future. Here's why:

  1. Wings Are Deceptive: Modern wings are designed to make flying seem easy, but this can lead to overconfidence and misattributing performance to skill level.
  2. Kiting Matters: Having a strong foundation in ground handling and energy management is essential for skillful flying. Poor ground handling can increase the risk and decrease control during complex aerial maneuvers.
  3. The Real Test: True mastery shows itself when conditions aren't ideal. When you encounter stronger winds or trickier launch sites, fundamental skills such as precise kiting and energy management can make all the difference in ensuring a safe flight.

Our Precision Skills Training is designed to enhance your flying abilities and make you a safer and more skilled pilot. This course focuses on teaching you essential ground skills and energy management techniques that will prepare you for any situation you might encounter in the air. It's not about showing off fancy moves to impress others, but rather about laying a solid foundation for a smooth and controlled flight.

Investing in your foundational skills now can significantly reduce the risk of encountering challenges and potential risks in the future. Don't overlook this essential step in your flight journey.


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Bring whatever gear you've got, and we'll supply the rest—from kiting wings and harnesses to specialized tools designed to hone your precision skills. Each session is a focused 3-4 hours, tailored to take full advantage of current conditions. So if you're serious about mastering your ground handling techniques, don't wait. Reach out to us now to get started on your journey toward becoming a more proficient, confident pilot.

This course is tailored to accommodate pilots of all skill levels. We've noticed that many pilots, even those with some experience, often possess only average ground handling abilities. Our training aims to fill that gap, providing targeted instruction to enhance your capabilities. Regardless of where you start, each session is designed to make you a safer, more proficient pilot.

We offer training sessions at various locations in Utah, chosen based on weather and specific skill or task. The three most common locations are:

Cedar Valley Airport (Eagle Mountain, UT)
Point of the Mountain Flight Park (Draper, UT)
The Great Salt Lake (Magna, UT)

The answer largely depends on your existing experience and skill set. The PPG 3 rating necessitates a minimum of 90 flights, along with the mastery of specific skills and comprehensive knowledge about airspace and related ground school topics. If you already meet these prerequisites, this course can absolutely serve as the final step in achieving your PPG 3 rating.

Rest assured, we've gone to great lengths to minimize risks to your gear while you're learning advanced maneuvers. Take foot drags, for example: Instead of attempting this close-to-the-ground move right away, we use a series of pool noodles placed in a line at a safe distance apart. Your initial goal will be to lightly touch the top of each noodle while flying. This controlled environment helps you gauge your altitude and speed, significantly reducing the risk of sinking too low and damaging your equipment. Only when you can consistently clear these 'training wheels' will we move on to real foot drags. This safety-first approach is how we handle all our training exercises, ensuring you learn in a way that's both fun and gear-friendly.

The number of sessions needed to master these skills can vary significantly depending on your learning pace and existing skill set. Even one session can provide valuable takeaways, equipping you with new techniques that enhance your flying capabilities. Some pilots prefer to attend a single session, practice independently for a few weeks to cement their learning, and then return for additional instruction. Ultimately, the path to mastery is highly individual and can be tailored to meet your specific needs and comfort level.