Implementing Landmine Single-Leg Romanian Deadlift into an Athlete's Training Program

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Abstract

THE LANDMINE SINGLE-LEG ROMANIAN DEADLIFT (LANDMINE SL RDL) IS CLASSIFIED AS A UNILATERAL LOWER-BODY MOVEMENT THAT CAN BE USED TO BUILD STABILITY, STRENGTH, AND POWER THROUGHOUT AN ATHLETE'S POSTERIOR CHAIN AND CORE. THERE ARE CURRENTLY LITTLE TO NO ARTICLES PUBLISHED THAT DISCUSS THE USE OF LANDMINE EXERCISES. CONSEQUENTLY, THE PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS THREE-FOLD TO: (A) PROVIDE A DETAILED DISCUSSION ON HOW TO EXECUTE THE LANDMINE SL RDL PROPERLY, (B) DISCUSS THE BENEFITS OF THIS MOVEMENT, AND (C) DISCUSS HOW COACHES AND STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROFESSIONALS CAN INTEGRATE IT INTO PRACTICE.

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