1 Min Tip: Wrist Flexibility

For today’s video, we’ll be working on a wrist stretch that can increase your wrist flexibility while at the same time, increasing the strength of the locked arm position


The first thing you will do is to get into a quadraped position. Make sure that your palms are under your shoulders and your knees are under your hips!


Once you feel comfortable and solid, drive you hips towards your palms while keeping them on the floor. Pay attention to your shoulders in relation to your hips and knees.


Rotate your elbows back and engage your lats while you lock out your arms.


This will give you a strong foundation for your upper extremities and will be essential in developing a solid kick-up.


Be sure to watch the whole video here!

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Also if you are looking to really develop your foundational range of motion and flexibility for acrobatics, check out the GMB Focused Flexibility program here: https://lostartofhandbalancing.com/go/focusedflexibility/

Stay Inverted!
-Coach Jon

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