Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Ain’t nothing sexier than a nice rack. A nice front rack that is. While there are number of things that could be limiting your ability to enter this position, tight triceps definitely play a role. Here are two techniques to help mobilize those triceps. As always, try to accumulate 2 to 3 minutes per arm for each technique. Follow this up with some active movement through the new range of motion to grease that groove and help make the changes stick. Note: For the video on the right, the tricep stretch occurs when the arm is up near the ear, driving that elbow toward the ceiling. I like to intermittently bring it down into the front rack position to mobilize the wrist and forearm. You can also get a little shoulder mobilization if you externally rotate your arm while in this position. Winning all around. #elbowsup —————————————
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