Checking in with Aleksei Shatilov
A local base-jumper in the North of Italy with a 15-year experience
Topics in this Mental Power Podcast episode:
- What he learned thru all these Events he attended in skydiving
- What exact mental skills he build up besides physical goals and skills
- How he finds new BASE Exits and how time consuming it is
- Having fun safely
- Sharing a passion with friends and how knowledge may help everyone in the team
- Self-set rules on habits, routines, mindset and saftey
- What he thinks to pay attention to, to stay long in the BASE sport
- Tipps for you
I graduated from the Institute of Physical Education with the specialization of Coach/Instructor. I started skydiving in 2007 and immediately started participating in fantastic events.
I took part in a lot of Russian National RW Records as well as the World Records of 122-way and 202-way Sequential. Two other important events I would like to mention are 100-way Diamond and Flight of the Phoenix. And finally I participated in three World Wingsuit Records: 2009 — 68 pilots, 2012 — 100 pilots and 2015 — the First FAI World Record 64-way.
All in all I have more than 3500 skydiving jumps.
As for base-jumping, I came in the sport in 2008 and have made more than 1000 base-jumps since then. I got the second place in 2019 Base-Race in Norway and have found several exits.
Check out this article on Skydivemag.com on BASE and the new season. Aleks wrote this article with some other BASE Buddies.
Wenn du dir Unterstützung wünschst, bin ich für dich da!