Many kids who watched the the Indian Jones movie franchise wanted to become Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones - dressing themselves in the trademark fedora and leather jacket, complete with the trusty whip, and dreaming of their own adventures in far-flung exotic locales.
One of those kids who have made that dream into reality is Adam Winrich of Fall Creek, Wisconsin.
He is a real life Indiana Jones. Adam learned to use a whip when he was about 9 years old after watching - yes - the third installment of Indiana Jones, “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”.
Adam has set 16 Guinness World Records including the longest whip cracked, most bullwhip cracks in one minute, and fastest time to whip 10 targets. He has appeared on Travel Channel, Discovery channel, and Conan O’Brien’s late night show.
Adam earns a living by traveling and performing in events to showcase his spectacular whipping skill routines like the single-handed whip cracking, double-handed multi-crack demos, stunts and tricks including balloon popping, candle snuffing, paper cutting, flower snipping, whip dancing, fire whips, and many more.
Posted below is a video of Adam Winrich demonstrating his incredible whipping skills.