When it comes to pressing, working different angles is very important. Overhead, incline, horizontal, decline and everything in between need to be touched on for strong, healthy shoulders. But in hitting these different inclines, finding unilateral options is easier at some angles than others, and incline is a tricky one. But hey, that's why we have the landmine press. With this exercise you get the advantages of unilateral exercise, and you get to hit on that oft-neglected incline angle. Throw in just a bit of stability requirement with those abs, and what's not to like?