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Schultergelenke ermöglichen den Armen, komplexe und vielgestaltige Aufgaben zu erfüllen, die in der Regel in einer offenen Kette Gestalt annehmen. Die physische Belastbarkeit des Arms mit seinem kleineren Muskelumfang ist wesentlich geringer als die des Beins.

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Geraedts, P. (2023). Motorik der Schulter. In: Trainingskonzeption für Patienten mit Rückenschmerz. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

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