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nasm shoulder musculature

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Upper Trapezius cervical extension, lateral flexion, rotation, scapular elevation
Middle Trapezius scapular retraction
Lower Trapezius scapular depression
Lattissimus Dorsi shoulder extention, adduction, internal rotation
Biceps Brachii elbow flexion, supination of the radiolnar joint, shoulder flexion
Triceps elbow extension, shoulder extension
Anterior Deltoid shoulder flexion, internal rotation
middle deltoid shoulder abduction
posterior deltoid shoulder extention, external rotation
Rhomboids produces scapular retraction and downward rotation
Serratus anterior accelerates scapular protraction
Pectoralis Major shoulder flexion(clavicular fibers), horozontal adduction, internal rotation
Pectoralis Minor protracts the scapula
Created by: kresels