What Happens to Your Body In Free Fall?

Chances are that at some point in your life you have been in free fall. Maybe it was the high dive at summer camp. Perhaps you went skydiving during your vacation to California. You could have even been lucky enough to jump off our FlightLine ride. The point is your body reacts similarly in all of these situations. When you're standing at the edge and you're building up the courage to jump, the other part of your brain is screaming,“NOOOOO this is a really bad idea, STOP!!!." Once you finally take the leap your brain tells your body to go into fight or flight mode. This makes your body do some pretty weird things. We wanted to capture all of these peculiar reactions. That's why we created an infographic from one of our more popular blog posts.

what happens to your body in free fall infographic

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