The single-arm landmine bent-over row is a barbell exercise focused on the muscles of the middle back, such as the lats (latissimus dorsi) and rhomboids. It also targets the biceps and grip. It utilizes a landmine device which anchors one end of the barbell near the ground, but could also be approximated by placing the barbell in the corner of a room.
An angled bar path is particularly effective at targeting the lat muscles
Allows heavier loading than a dumbbell row
Challenges the core and grip
Can hold the narrow part of the bar, or the collar for more grip challenge
If grip is a limitation, lifting straps allow heavier loading