Start: Stand holding the weighted end of the barbell with one hand in front of your shoulder. Adopt a split stance, with the opposite leg to the arm you are lifting with forward.
Make sure the barbell is wedged securily in a landmine device or corner.
Move: Press the weight up with one arm, keeping it in line with your shoulder rather than moving it towards the middle of your body.
There's no agreed standard for this exercise, so don't be surprised if you see other variations being performed too.
The variation above, single-arm press, work the shoulder and triceps more than the pectoral muscle.
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