Fix Your Lift: tight lats and front squat/clean

When doing cleans or front squats you may think your hurting wrists are because of, well, your wrists. This isn't always the case. Sometimes your lats are so tight that they keep you elbows from pointing in the right position. If your lats force your elbows to the floor, then you might want to do these three movements before a workout.


Lateral Tricep-lat wall stretch x 30 seconds each

Banded Tricep-lat saggital stretch x 30 seconds each

Armpits to Wall x 30 seconds

Here is the video detailing each stretch

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The impact of three different forms of warm up on performance

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