Hey CT, I've been doing more behind the neck push press and really like the movement. My specific issue is figuring out how to safely get the bar back to my upper back after a rep when the weight starts getting heavy. I have kept it light/moderately heavy where I can lower it slowly, or I will lower it in front of my shoulders, rerack, get back under it and start over. But based on all the videos I've seen, people just drop the sucker back to their traps.
I tried a couple times and can't seem to find the sweet spot. One time it landed on my neck, another time it landed too low and wrenched my shoulders. Do you have any coaching tips for this? I feel I could go much heavier but I'm held back by the safety issue.
Also, I train in my garage with no bumper plates and no platform, so I absolutely can't dump the bar to the floor. I train inside a power rack with the pins set just below the shoulders in hopes of catching the bar should I need to dump.