Three weeks of mind and muscle, pushed to the limit. If you don't think you can cut it, then don't even try. Through the first week, the second week, and the third week, the challenge builds while you build yourself. Run. Run till your legs get tough. So that when your foot lands, it's the ground that hurts.
You'll do it till you get it right, then you'll do it again. You'll do it until your muscles harden, and safety becomes a reflex. There's nothing like it on earth. You're gonna find out what you're worth!
Airborne's tough. Only the toughest training can steel a man to jump from the clouds and land on his feet.
I've been looking for a long long time just to get my feet up off the ground. But every time I thought I couldn't make it, I hear that heavenly sound You know it's my time to come down easy, it's my time, to land on the ground!
Whooooaaaah momma! Look at me go!
AIRBORNE. There's nothing like it on Earth.
The 80 year old radio commercial for the US Army Airborne school cut out at that moment, and the starry eyed Ike just sat there, wondering if it was possible to do magical airborne jumps. Because jumping out of airplanes was clearly not insane enough for the brave little daredevil. Clutching what was clearly an illegal contraption not meant for first year students, the excited young boy began running, before hopping on his broom and taking off! He was a quidditch player after all, so perhaps this was actually okay?
....Until he flew 400 meters in the air and then jumped off with little more than a backpack on.