Webinar-Stick and Rudder Exercises to Improve Your Flying
Jim Taylor discusses some exercises that the average pilot can do to improve flying skills, how practicing coordinated & uncoordinated flight can make you a better pilot. Dutch rolls, skidded flat turns, etc, when practiced, will improve your flying.
For "stick and rudder"
17 Flight 08: Landings
Earning My Wings: a video blog about learning to fly — Flying an hour of traffic patterns and landings is a mental workout.
Webinar- Flying the Tailwheel Airplane: Key Points for Becoming a Great Stick and Rudder Pilot
Master CFI and experienced tailwheel instructor Jim Alsip, suggests that weak stick and rudder pilot skills and/or bad habits inhibit a pilot’s ability to become a proficient tailwheel pilot. Presentation is applicable to all pilots and airplanes.
2007 National Association of Flight Instructors Hall of Fame - noted author of the book, Stick and Rudder and influential articles in Harper's Magazine and Reader's Digest during the late 1940s and 1950s. (Posthumous induction)
08 First Flight
Earning My Wings: a video blog about learning to fly — My first flight lesson in a Remos G3-600. It is extremely responsive and just jumped off the runway!