Some articles on strict transverse, transverse:
... The anterior deltoid is weak in strict transverse flexion but assists the pectoralis major during shoulder transverse flexion / shoulder flexion (elbow slightly inferior to shoulders) ... The posterior fibers are strongly involved in transverse extension particularly as the latissimus dorsi is very weak in strict transverse extension ... Other transverse extensors, the infraspinatus and teres minor, also work in tandem with the posterior deltoid as external (lateral) rotators, antagonists to strong internal rotators like the pecs ...
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