The 2 Minute Fix: Front Rack Wrist Mobility

This post is part of a new series I’m calling “The 2 Minute Fix” which will be short videos to teach people easy self-care solutions to common movement faults.

The Problem:
Most people in CrossFit or Weightlifting having trouble with inflexible wrists focus solely on improving wrist extension. This is especially noticeable in the front rack position of a front squat, jerk/push press/strict press setup.

The Fix:
Here I demonstrate 2 ways to improve wrist mobility by addressing an often overlooked muscle – the pronator quadratus.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Scott

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4 thoughts on “The 2 Minute Fix: Front Rack Wrist Mobility

  1. Hosting

    Practice a lot of front squats, and don’t do cleans until you are comfortable with the barbell in the rack position . If I haven’t done cleans in a week, I’ll do some light front squats just to remind myself where I want the bar to be and how it’s going to feel.


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