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if u answer this,.


ok if u extend ur arms straight out and drop them at ur sides then keeping them straight bring ur arms dirctly in front of u do this movement ten times where are the muscles that cause this movemernt located?

Try here it may help:

http://vrlab.epfl.ch/~maurel/CHARM/WP3/Anatomy.html

or here ( I am not certain what you mean by straight out)..

http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/exercises.php?MainMuscle=Shoulders

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