If you opened with this movement and then followed it with floor presses, would that be redundant. Dead Bench recommend's to hit it as singles, and i would then follow it with triples on the floor press for about 5 sets.
Are these two too similar to group in one day? Or could it be effective?
I'm no expert on anything, expecially the bench-- The dead stop and the floor press work different areas of the bench. If you're going to do floor presses on the same day, I'd probably do 2 sets of 6-7 reps.
I am trying to increase my bench. I usually rotate my main movement for strength every 4 to 6 weeks. i will change my percentages and rep/sets so i do not get stagnate in my routine. I have used floor presses before with good success, although i have only used them after a traditional bench. I have a sticking point at about three inches above my chest after i touch, and the floor presses help with that. I saw the dead bench, and have never done it before. It looks like something new that i could work in for a cycle as a nice adaption to what i have been doing.
Im just not sure if i should use these two exercises together, or run them in different routines.