If you have access to a landmine at your gym, then you are one lucky lifter. This humble-looking apparatus, which is basically a short tube mounted to a swivel joint, usually stuck off in some corner of the gym, is one of the most versatile, effective fitness tools for increasing functional strength and enhancing athletic performance.
By inserting one objective of an Olympic bar into the landmine, you can loading the other end of the bar to perform a variety of angular and rotational strength workouts. In a pinch, you can also merely jostle a barbell into the corner of the room–hopefully not through the drywall–to stabilize it.
What builds the landmine so special? Gues of it this style: Your developing regimen should always include the foundational athletic movements of pressing, pulling, squatting, lunge, and rotation. However, the barbell-loaded versions of the first four of those motions are often the most difficult to pull off with good form–even though they’re the first differences most lifters try. The landmine constructs each of these motions most accessible, so lifters with mobility restrictions, traumata, or simply sketchy motion patterns can lift with minimal danger of injury.
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