the antagonist of adduction is the pectoralis major
Shoulder adductors. Abduction means moving away from the median plane of the body and adduction means moving towards the median plane of the body.
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The muscle of the pectoralis is antagonist to the latissimus dorsi during the shoulder adduction. The anterior fibers are involved in shoulder abduction when the shoulder is externally rotated.
Reverse dumbbell flys, also known as posterior deltoid raises, develop several key muscles areas. They strengthen the posterior aspect of the shoulder muscles called the deltoid. They work the supraspinatus, infraspinatus and the teres minor, which are the posterior muscles of the rotator cuff. Reverse dumbbell flys also target the upper back muscles which pull the shoulder blades toward each other.
Forehead to left breast. Left breast to right shoulder. Right shoulder to left shoulder. Left shoulder to right breast. Right breast to forehead. This is for a blessing, for a banishing to it in reverse.
The muscles that are involved in the circumduction of the shoulder joint are the pectoralis major, deltoid, supraspinatus, long head of triceps, biceps brachii, subscapularis, infraspinatus, coracobrachialis, teres major and minor and the latissimus dorsi.
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