Lifters who lack shoulder mobility have one hint: During barbell squats, elbows are pointing down and not straight forward. Ensuring full freedom of movement of the shoulders is essential, as limited mobility increases the risk of injury – mainly because it alters alignment of the body and creates muscular imbalances. Conversely, the development of mobility can lead to certain exercises, such as exercise. For example, front squats to feel lighter. Plus, it's nice to put your shoulders in full when you throw a ball, put on a jacket, or take a box off the shelf.
A range of motion of the shoulder is to hold the hands behind the back. one elbow high and one elbow low. If there is a gap, your mobility is lacking. If you can do it one way and not the other ̵
The other advantage of working on your shoulder mobility? It feels so good.