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Ultimate Landmine Workout Part 2: 5 POWERHOUSE Exercises for Building Muscle & Strength

It's time for another Barbell Landmine Exercise video! In today's video, I’ve got five more fantastic exercises to build some serious muscle on your upper body and add variety to your home workouts. So, grab your landmine attachment, or your makeshift tennis ball landmine, and let's dive in!

Exercise 1: Landmine Push Press

Our first exercise is the Landmine Push Press.

Start by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart. Hold the landmine barbell with both hands at shoulder height. Now, bend your knees slightly to generate power and push the barbell overhead. Extend your arms fully, and then lower the barbell back to shoulder height.

This exercise is a superb way to target your shoulders, triceps, and upper chest. Make sure to focus on that powerful push!

Exercise 2: Landmine Single-Arm Rows

Next up, we have Landmine Single-Arm Rows.

Stand facing away from the landmine with your feet hip-width apart. Hold the barbell just below the plates with one hand, arm extended. As you bend at the hips and knees, keeping your back straight, pull the barbell towards your hip while keeping your elbow close to your body. Then, lower it back down.

This exercise is fantastic for working your lats, rhomboids, and biceps. It's all about that rowing motion!

Exercise 3: Landmine Chest Supported Rows

Now, let's move on to Single-Arm Landmine Chest Supported Rows

Set up an incline bench next to your barbell, facing away from the landmine attachment. Lie chest-down on the bench with your chest against the incline. Hold the landmine barbell with one hand just below the platesand keep your arm extended. Pull the barbell towards your hip, maintaining that elbow close to your body, and then lower it back down.

This exercise focuses on your upper back, rear deltoids, and biceps. Get ready to feel the burn!"

Exercise 4: Landmine Face Pulls

Now, let's target those rear deltoids and upper back with Landmine Face Pulls.

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, facing away from the landmine attachment and holding the barbell with both hands in an overhand grip. Begin with the barbell at chest height, arms fully extended. Pull the barbell towards your face, keeping your elbows high, and squeeze those upper back muscles at the top. Lower the barbell back down.

This exercise is an excellent way to sculpt your rear deltoids, traps, and upper back. Your posture will thank you!

Exercise 5: Landmine Renegade Rows

Last but not least, we have a challenging full-body exercise – Landmine Renegade Rows.

Begin in a push-up position facing away from the landmine attachment with one hand on the landmine barbell and the other hand on the ground. Keep your body in a straight line from head to heels. Perform a push-up with the hand on the ground while balancing on the barbell with the other. After the push-up, lift the barbell up in a rowing motion while keeping your core engaged and your body stabilized. Lower the landmine back to the ground with control. Alternate sides for each repetition.

This exercise engages your chest, shoulders, triceps, and also works on your core and back muscles. It's a fantastic compound exercise for upper body development and stability!

And there you have it, five more incredible barbell landmine exercises to take your upper body workouts to the next level.

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