1-Minute Anatomy: Coracobrachialis Muscle

1-Minute Anatomy: Coracobrachialis Muscle


Welcome to this short anatomy snippet. We
are going to talk about the coracobrachialis today. Let’s do this in one minute. You can find the coracobrachialis by extending
your arms above your head, and this small prominent muscle belly here is your coracobrachialis.
I’ve marked it in red. The coracobrachialis comes from your coracoid
process, which is part of your shoulder blade – the scapula – and you can find it about
just here, under your collar bone. From here, where it originates together with the biceps,
it goes to your humerus bone and attaches there You use and you train your coracobrachialis
in any movement where you flex your shoulder joint or where you adduct your humerus bone
to your shoulder. So, in support hold, in pushups, in crow pose, in planche progressions. Hope you learned something in this one minute
snippet and see you next time. Goodbye!

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