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Shoulder Mobility for the Squat


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Do you struggle with shoulder, elbow, forearm or wrist pain in the squat? Dr. Quinn Henoch is here to help with some simple breathing and positioning drills to improve your scapular movement which will allow you to get into a better and tighter squat setup while reducing pain:

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