How-To: Landmine Standing Rotation

Core training is something I value in my personal routine as well as everyone’s I work with. The basis behind a strong core is being able to resist extension and rotation. This core anti-rotation move is great for developing core stability. The Landmine Standing Rotation emphasizes moving your arms through their full range of motion and keeping your core tight and torso stable so that only your arms move.



With the collar of the landmine barbell in both hands, stand shoulder-width apart. Move the barbell in an arc, similar to a rainbow shape. You should brace through your core and tighten your abs so that your torso does not rotate with your arms. Do not rotate at the hips or shoulders, make sure to keep your body stationary. Stand tall throughout this movement with your shoulders bent slightly.


This is a great addition to your core routine so you can conquer your workout.