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    Serratus Anterior – A Complete Guide

    Serratus Anterior

    In this video, Greg Chaplain from Chaplain Performance discusses the serratus anterior muscle, focusing on its anatomy, functions, and exercises to strengthen it. The serratus anterior, a key shoulder stabilizer, attaches from the underside of the shoulder blade to the ribs. It plays a crucial role in protracting and upward rotating the scapula, which is vital for shoulder health and function. Key points covered in the video: Anatomy and Functions: The serratus anterior starts under the shoulder blade and wraps

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    Serratus Anterior Exercise | Vol#1

    Serratus Anterior

    In this video, Aiden Smith from Silicon Valley V Comm demonstrates a regressed exercise for strengthening the anterior serratus muscle, which is often recommended for individuals with scapula winging, tilting, or both. The exercise involves the following steps: Setup: Use a flat bench, therapy bench, or massage table. Lighter weights are recommended to start, typically around eight or ten pounds, depending on the individual’s size and strength. Execution: Lie back on the bench and relax your scapula (shoulder blades) against

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    Best Exercises for the Serratus Anterior

    Serratus Anterior

    In this video, Lee Hayward, a muscle building coach, addresses a question from Christopher about exercises targeting the serratus muscles. He explains that while serratus muscles are small stabilizers on the torso’s side and not a primary muscle group like chest or legs, they can still be developed with specific exercises. Lee highlights that most major compound exercises indirectly work these smaller muscles, but for direct serratus activation, certain movements are more effective. He emphasizes the role of serratus muscles

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    The BEST Serratus Anterior Exercises

    Serratus Anterior

    In this video, Arash from Team Prehab, along with Julia Gland, delve into the serratus anterior, also known as the boxer’s muscle. This muscle, which spans from the lateral ribs to the medial aspect of the scapula, plays a crucial role in protracting and upwardly rotating the scapula. They demonstrate exercises to enhance serratus anterior control, divided into closed chain and open chain environments: Closed Chain Serratus Anterior Exercises: Julia performs exercises on her hands and knees, focusing on twisting

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    How To “Sculpt” Your Serratus Anterior

    Serratus Anterior

    In this video, the focus is on the serratus anterior muscle, often overlooked in fitness routines. The serratus anterior is a fan-shaped muscle located over the ribs, playing a vital role in shoulder blade protraction and upward rotation. This muscle is essential not just for aesthetics, enhancing the look of a well-developed midsection, but also for functional movement, stabilizing the shoulder blades during arm elevation. Weakness or poor activation of the serratus anterior can lead to various shoulder dysfunctions, including

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    8 BEST Exercises for Serratus Anterior

    Serratus Anterior

    In this video by Dr. Tony Camella from E3 Rehab, he discusses the serratus anterior muscle, highlighting its importance and suggesting exercises for its development. The serratus anterior, originating from the first nine ribs and attaching to the scapula, plays a key role in scapular protraction and upward rotation. Exercises targeting this muscle can benefit shoulder health, increase shoulder awareness, and improve the aesthetic look of the area. He presents eight exercises emphasizing scapular protraction and upward rotation, along with

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