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Old 03-19-2007, 12:33 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by -Ross Hunt View Post
I don't do any wrist mobility work at all. So it's OK to train the wrists for mobility? I thought that the general idea was that you were supposed to train ankles for mobility, but wrists for stability? Is oly lifting an exception to this rule, or is this rule just--not a rule after all?
you want stability in every joint - mobility should never compromise stability--they shouldn't be consider mutually exclusive. if you don't have the mobility to comfortably attain the positions demanded by your chosen sport, it's going to result in pain/injury without a doubt eventually. so get the necessary mobility without overdoing it, and then get the time under the heavy weights to developing the stability.
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