When it comes to mobility, the hip and shoulders tend to steal the show but it's important not to forget the smaller joints like ankles and wrists.
In this post we're going to be talking about wrists and if you're like me, you know right away when the wrists start acting up.
Positions get difficult to hold, simple exercise get challenging to do, and barbell workouts become impossible without extra wraps or scaling.
Wrist mobility and sufficient range of motion in the wrist is important for so many things like getting into a front rack position, being able to hold a pain free overhead position, and for supporting your bodyweight in a pushup position.
And failing to address wrist health can lead to painful positions, compensations, and re-occuring injuries.