Biomechanical Review: Russell Wilson

Note: this is the first biomechanical review of the 2022 offseason. As such, there have been seven months since the previous biomechanical review, and in those seven months there have been significant improvements made to analytical methods, particularly relating to the medial posterior and lateral anterior areas. So if there are discrepancies between findings posted below and previous analytical findings (such as Wilson’s currently stated 3 vs previously stated 4 areas of full thoracic efficiency), this is likely due to updated methods resulting in new data.

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