Today’s #THRIVINTHURSDAYS is going to introduce you to a VERY important muscle in the shoulder girdle called the SERRATUS ANTERIOR!
This muscle is commonly overlooked, under-activated or incorrectly activated. But, when you get it, you’ll be ahead of the game and have a much stronger and more stable shoulder girdle!
The SERRATUS ANTERIOR muscle attaches on the front side of the shoulder blade at the medial border to the top 9 ribs and its job is to help to rotate the shoulder blade up while keeping it attached and stable to the shoulder blade.
Check out these 2 exercises to get you acquainted with your SERRATUS ANTERIOR and then strengthen it!