You know it's going to be a good day when your driving to the beach and as you spot the water you get knots and butterfly in your belly and prey that you will finish session injury free.
You know you had a good session when you wished you brought that unopened 7m you left in your garage.
when you fly your entire quiver overpowered!
Sick day, huge air off lips with every kite. Gonna sell that 9m chaos, it's just crazy twitchy and way too intense for me. I was literally scared flying it at times.
It's true that on C kite a flying error is not as forgiving as on bow kite.
Stick with it a bit longer you will get used to twitchy kite after a while. Keep hands in middle of bar, it's not really an issue. After a while you get some muscle memory.
My beginner kite were fone bandit (pretty fast) and definitely looped it many times by mistake as I was learning to jump and going into unwanted rotation... But after a while you make less flying error and when you do it's easy to send it back to 12. Now if I go in rotation by mistake I am able to keep twitch kite overhead.
In overpowered condition a small flying error will get amplified quite a lot and can become quite scary. If you redirect kite forward by mistake (a fraction of a second will do) as you go up your body can go horizontal pretty quickly, good way to get used to powered kiteloop!