9 Best Landmine Shoulder Exercises
Now it’s time to share the best landmine shoulder exercises. As I just explained, there are a few types of movements you can do with the landmine. So I’ve divided this list into push, raise, and pull categories.
This way, you can easily find exercises for a push-pull split. Or combine different movements for a dedicated shoulder workout.
Push Landmine Shoulder Exercises
First, push exercises resemble a barbell or dumbbell shoulder press. These compound movements are excellent for strength gains.
In addition, pressing landmine shoulder exercises are ideal for working the anterior deltoid on the front of the shoulder.
1. Landmine Press
The landmine press is a staple shoulder and upper chest exercise replicating the overhead or dumbbell shoulder press.
Start by standing at the end of the landmine with your toes facing the bar for this variation. Next, grab the end of the barbell between both hands and hoist it to shoulder level.
Now the end of the bar should be almost touching your upper chest. From here, press the end of the bar overhead until your arms are nearly fully extended.
Lower the bar back to your chest and repeat for the desired reps.