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Cessna 152 Rudder pedal foot placement

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I recently started my flying lessons at my local flying school and from my first flight I have always had a problem with my foot placement on the rudder pedals, now I know that you keep your heels on the floor when you start your take off but for some reason I still cant see how I should properly keep my feet on the rudder. Is it possible to somehow provide me with a image representation of how my feet should be placed on the pedal during flight. This simple help would do a world of good to me.

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  1. Kris Kortokrax on Jun 08, 2014

    Wouldn’t it be easier to just ask your flight instructor to show you how your feet should rest on the rudder pedals?

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  2. Vidura Asanka Jayawardene on Jun 08, 2014

    I did but he didnt actually look at how iam keeping my feet and just showed with his hands, I guess I will ask again.

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