The single-arm landmine press is an upper-body exercise that uses an angled barbell anchored at floor level in a landmine device. It can also be performed by sticking a barbell in the corner of a room, preferably in a towel to protect the walls. The angle of a landmine press is usually somewhere between an incline press and a military press, and the movement focuses primarily on the muscles of the shoulders or deltoids. It can be trained in traditional muscle and strength-focused rep ranges or for higher reps.
May be more shoulder-friendly than either bench or overhead presses
Intense stabilization challenge to the core
Single-arm training focuses on each side individually, addressing potential imbalances