Lifters who have trouble racking a front squat on the shoulders usually have tight internal rotators of the humerus. A lifter with tight internal rotators can rack the bar on the shoulders using a cross-arm grip but has trouble with a traditional grip when the hands are wider than the shoulders. This is the best stretch for them.
Every once in a while you'll see folks do cleans with a wide grip. So we thought we'd try it:
Is it for you? Probably not, for most lifters it's more like a party trick. Yes, the bar ends up higher at the end of the second pull. The third pull becomes a speed demon nightmare. No one says you can't play around though!