[quote="thestoatyone"]Floor press on a different day to your main bench day,
Cheeky pause at the bottom and a powerful eccentric phase should help you power through your sticking point.
I dunno - the bottom of a floor press is way above his sticking point. I reckon floor presses will just widen the gap between strength off the chest and lockout strength. To work through a sticking point you need to start below it (in fact, you need to start below where bar speed drops, not where it stops), which in Baldy's case is actually on his chest.
Bottom of the bench press is lats, delts and pecs, so I would do the Triumvirate from 5/3/1 - DB bench (neutral grip) 5 sets of 15, DB rows 5 sets of 10. You should do pullups every session anyway just to keep your shoulders healthy, nothing major, just a couple of sets of 5-10.
All of which is moot if the real issue is technique - post a video (no Britney pants
“Begin at the beginning,” the King said gravely, “and go on till you come to the end. Then stop.”