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Hey Fitness People, Let’s Talk About the Serratus Anterior

Last updated: October 5, 2021

You can never know enough anatomy.

If you know your anatomy, you can apply it in unlimited different ways.

The problem is that schools don’t always go very in depth into anatomy. Trust me, I’ve been there (for nine years). My desire to change this was why I taught anatomy to exercise science students for two years.

One of the most neglected muscles in school anatomy curricula these days is the serratus anterior. I want to take you through the basic attachment sites, a few reasons why you should care, and then I’ll leave you a few ways you can train this muscle.

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Depression is Not Something to Take Lightly

Why? Because sad shoulder blades are the number one cause of my headaches.

Well, I don’t know that they’re sad, but they’re definitely depressed.

The fitness industry has raved about the lower trapezius fibers for YEARS now, and with good reason! They are consistently weak in people from all different backgrounds.

The problem arises in the methods to spot and fix it your low trap weakness.

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