Posts Tagged with "landmine press"
At the expense of coming across as the cantankerous, meanie-head strength coach for saying it, I’m going to go a head and say it anyways: Exercise, for most people, most of the time, should be mind-numbingly monotonous. Boring. It should be boring. I get it: boring isn’t sexy. And it sure as shit doesn’t… Read more
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… Read more
First: It’s coming. Except in this case, what’s “coming” isn’t something nefarious like Wildlings from north of the Wall or White Walkers. Hell, to say “it’s coming” doesn’t always have to imply something dark or foreboding does it? I mean, maybe what’s coming is a 2 for 1 burrito bowl sale at Chipotle, or, I… Read more
As this post goes live I’m in route to Austin, TX with my wife Lisa to take part in our inaugural Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop. We’re excited because we both feel this is an underserved “niche” within the fitness community. The stuff I’ll be speaking about is nothing new – program design, breaking down squat… Read more
With all the overhead pressing articles being posted up on T-Nation as of late I figured I’d join in on the fun and I invited myself to the party. Overhead pressing isn’t for everyone. To be fair, I’m not adamantly against ALL overhead pressing. As a strength coach I’d be remiss not to recognize that… Read more