Learn about the subscapularis muscle. Find out about its functional anatomy, the best exercises to train it and oh so much more.
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This is one of four highly important muscles that make up the rotator cuff.
The rotator cuff, which contains four different and small back muscles, is a small and delicate structure that enables the upper arm to rotate and move in any and all directions...
...Specifically, the subscapularis is responsible inwardly rotating the shoulder and upper arm; and it also plays a key role in overall shoulder stability.
Located at the bottom of the page, there is a glossary of easy-to-understand definitions for the not-so-obvious terms within this lat muscle guide.
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Exercises. Below is a list of the exercises that most directly workout this rotator cuff muscle.
Muscles that perform similar functions include the following:
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