Posts Tagged with "shoulder friendly pressing"
Landmine Press: Cues and Mistakes. And How To Make It More Functional
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
Exercises You Should Be Doing: Off-Bench DB Press
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve graced the internet with a new (to you) exercise, so lets jump in: Any bench-pressing variation can be a double-edged sword. On one hand the advantages are numerous: Builds upper body strength. Pecification of pecs. And that’s pretty much it. So maybe not as numerous as I… Read more
Maybe Your Shoulder Hurts Because Your Technique Sucks
Full Disclosure: I am not a fantastic presser. I’m not going to sit here and attempt to regal you with stories from high-school where I used to drive a Camaro, hookup with the Prom Queen, and bench 405 for reps (you know, before that nasty football injury in the State Championship ruined everything). Nope, this… Read more