Three things that really grind my gears:
- Doing laundry and discovering that one of my socks has magically disappeared.
- People who have phone conversations in the grocery store using their speaker.
- A restricted front rack position.
While I can’t close the portal to the alternate dimension in my dryer where all of my missing socks go and while I can’t teach other people common sense and good manners, I can help people improve their front rack mobility.
Essential for better front squats and overhead pressing, a strong front rack for many folks is really difficult to get into.
With the proper sequence of mobilization, integration, and activation exercises, you’ll be shocked at how quickly you start seeing big improvements in your range of motion.
Check out today’s video for a really great series of drills you can do to help improve your front rack position.