January 13, 2022
The following tips can help your chair flying experience be effective:
The costs of these tools to improve your ground training is a fraction of the price of a single ground or flight lesson, and can save you hundreds of dollars by reducing the time spent in the aircraft and with your instructor.
If you wanted to practice a Power Off Stall in a 172, you would sit in a chair, visualize the cockpit, and talk yourself through the steps. It may help to record a voice memo of yourself speaking through the steps to play as you visualize the steps. Some pilots find it beneficial to pretend they are sitting next to an examiner or instructor and demonstrating your skills. For each step, imagine you are reaching for the appropriate control (yoke, throttle, flaps, etc.) or referencing the appropriate instrument (altimeter, airspeed indicator, vertical speed indicator, etc.).
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