Hi, my name is Holly Del Rosso. And this is Serratus Anterior strengthening exercises. Your Serratus Anterior is from your rib cage, down to about your mid back at chest level. This important muscle group is great for strengthening and stabilizing your shoulders. The stronger this muscle is, the better you are at preventing injury and gaining more muscle over all. This muscle is known as the boxer's muscle. So, you don't have to be a boxer, but let's get your Serratus Anterior looking good. So, your whole body looks defined and athletic. In our first exercise, we're going to use the TRX for our inclined push-ups. You can also use a bench and put your hands on top of the bench. So that you're in the same inclined position. This TRX is just going to be a little bit more challenging, so we're going for it. So, you're going to push up, hands in line with the shoulders, and come up. Core super strong, make sure your body is so flat, make sure your abs are engaged. And this is really working this area that we're talking about, the Serratus Anterior, just underneath your armpit and it goes back, right in here. For our variation of this exercise, we're going to perform it against a wall and we're just going to go on one leg. So, you're going to have your wrist right in line with your shoulders and you're going to come down to your push-up. Hold and come up. Make sure you do three sets of 15 reps, two to three times a week for best results possible.