Landmine Press: Cues and Mistakes. And How To Make It More Functional

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I’ve long been an advocate of the landmine press. Not only is it one of my favorite “shoulder friendly” pressing variations, but it’s one of my favorite pressing variations in general.

It gets you jacked and ripped and your shoulders feeling like a million bucks. If it’s performed correctly.

The landmine press doesn’t come without it’s own set of snafus and mistakes. Below is a quick video I shot that breaks down a few “big rock” things to consider as far as execution and common mistakes people make when performing it.

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Do it. DO IT.

Landmine Press Cues and Mistakes


BONUS “Functional As Shit” Landmine Variation

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