Hi all, Looking for recommendations on how to setup an upset for students to recover from. I realize that no two upsets are the same but how do you put the student "off-balance." I would be particularly interested in anyone who has experience having a student fly themselves into an upset as I feel like that's a more realistic encounter. I know the first (and only) time an instructor had me fly myself into an upset it was like a bell going off in my head... It all finally made sense. I never struggled with recovery but the upset attitudes my instructors would put me in always seemed so wrong that recovery while important always seemed exaggerated; then I had an instructor give me instructions to turn, climb/descend and level out while looking down with my eyes closed and then told me to recover and it was like "wow, those attitudes weren't so far off after all" I've tried to replicate this with pilot friends both as safety pilots and as pilots under the hood but havent been able to achieve similar attitudes.