What joints do we use when lifting weights?

What joints do we use when lifting weights?

2 months ago

Solution 1

Guest Guest #9847965
2 months ago
It would depend on which weight lifting process you would use. If you are on your back, you are using your biceps.

Solution 2

Guest Guest #9847966
2 months ago
If you're lifting weights with ur arm, the ur elbow

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