The Landmine Press—Implementation and Variation

by Matthew M. Szelog, ATC, CSCS
NSCA Coach April 2016
Vol 4, Issue 2

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One method that is becoming increasingly popular for building strength, stability, and power in the shoulder joint is the use of barbells attached to a stable base known as a “landmine.”

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Matt Szelog is the Sports Performance Supervisor at the Athletic Performance Center of Exeter Hospital. Over his 17-year career, he has worked with nu ...

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