Using The Orange Whip In Your Pre-Round Routine

You have seen it. I have seen it. Everybody has seen the Orange Whip on TV, in PGA Professionals bags and in stores. It is a multi-use golf training aid that is easy to use and very beneficial to your golf game. One way people are using the Whip is in their pre-round routine. Yes, you can swing the whip back and forth to get warmed up, but it also can do other things like get your legs and back loose. Jim Hackenberg, the founder and CEO of Orange Whip, takes us through an exercise tip that you can use with the Whip to help you get ready for your round or keep you tuned up in the off season.

Some people choose to live their life with 5-6 months of winter. How do you get better at golf when there is snow on the ground? You can go to your indoor driving range or you can simply have the Orange Whip handy. The first exercise you can do in the off season or before a round is truck twists. By keeping your feet square, your arms and the whip out in front of you and staying in an athletic position, all you have to do is use the Orange Whip to go back and forth. Making sure your feet are pivoting in your backswing motion, this exercise will help your muscles stay fit and your mechanics on point.

Check out the video above to learn just how the Orange Whip can help you in your everyday pursuit of a great golf swing. If you liked this video, you can check out this SWING TIP from Jim Hackenberg using the Orange Whip!

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