The "rope swing" just might be the oldest drill in golf...
But it can help you in SO many ways.
In the video above, I'll show you one of them: how to develop a rhythmic and powerful swing sequence.
To help demonstrate it, I'm using the Power Impact Pro 2.0.
This training device does a LOT of things (which you can read about below)...
And one of them is showing you how to develop a nice, wide backswing and smooth downswing combination.
I call it, "step and sling"...
Then, "step and swing."
As I mentioned above, your PIP can do a lot of things.
At it's most basic, it's a resistance band with a golf grip on it.
That means you can finally "resistance train" your golf swing!
Simply attach it to any fixed point inside or outside (a door, a golf cart, etc.)...
And practice rotating -- with resistance -- through the ball.
Then grab your driver, model that feeling...and finally see what real power is like!
If that's all it did, it would be worth it. But it does so much more for golfers.
It can help improve your...
✅ Range of Motion
✅ Impact Alignment
✅ Muscle Memory
And here's the best part:
Your Power Impact Pro 2.0 comes with 10 bonus videos showing you some of the most popular ways to use it.
These quick videos (between 1 to 2 minutes each) cover the following...
- Introduction to the Power Impact Pro (:51)
- Trail Arm Structured Stretch (1:58)
- Squatting Incline Press (:54)
- Lower Body Side Steps (1:07)
- The Sam Snead Squat (1:59)
- Regular and Reverse Curls (1:48)
- Rear Fly and Rotator Rotations (2:24)
- Prone Lateral Pullovers (2:08)
- PIP Swings (1:22)
- Partner Resistance Drill (1:28)
- Classic Row & Rotational Row (2:05)
And don't forget...
All the exercises above are IN ADDITION TO the regular, "golf swing resistance training" you can do.
Give it a try -- your purchase SHIPS FREE IN THE USA and is backed by our 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE.