The name “P3” is synonymous with relative work legends, Kate Cooper-Jensen, Tony Domenico and our very own Dropzone Manager, Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld [BC]. This weekend they bring back another one of their infamous, well-organized events that bring in jumpers from around the world to sharpen their big way skills. We recently sat down with Kate Cooper-Jensen and asked her to give us a snapshot of what “P3” is all about.
Tony Domenico and I started the concept of Big Way Relative Work training well back in the late 1990’s with a series of dive/float camps. We then started working with Dan BC when was was in Eloy, Arizona. The project naturally moved back to Perris when he did and that’s when the name Perris Performance Plus or “P3” was coined.
Since then, we’ve run a minimum of five events a year. The mainstays are the Big Way Camps and the 100-Way training camp which takes jumpers from all skill sets, experience levels, and disciplines and focuses on training them in the fundamentals of large formation skydiving.
We have several repeat attendees for these basic camps and experience levels range from hundreds to thousands of jumps. In addition, SUPER experienced jumpers (world record holders, national champions, etc.) also come so they can practice skills such as love dives, floats, etc. so they are warmed up for the summer season of jumping.
Our other events include the Spring Fling, a fun sequential and formation event with different dives each day. Then there’s the Power Play, hands down the BEST and most challenging large formation skydiving event in the country. Our coaches include competitors, champions, and all around great people from around the world.
We love what we do and are excited for this weekend!
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