Ill throw my 2 cents in:
I love the wide-stance cambered bar goodmorning. It really brings my hamstring and glutes up and teaches me to keep my back flat during deadlifts. I also like to keep my arms threw on the bar and pulling the bottom cambered bar back towards me like a straight arm pulldown. It teaches to keep my back tight like it needs to be on a deadlift.
I do these with high volume, working up to a max single or double or both. Then I do back down sets for 3-5 sets of 3-5 reps. Then I do some form of volume rest pause work.
Yoke Bar Pause Squats - Builds strength out of the hole and fixes my falling forward problem
Double work ups and back downs on close-grip bench, then switch to competition grip for a final work up and back down.
A. Close Grip Bench
Work up to a max double
then back down to 2 x 4-5 w/ 90%
Work up to a max single from the 90% set
Then back down to a 1-2 sets of 2-3
B. Bench - Work up to a max double or single
It gives me plenty of volume and teaches me to drive as hard as possible to finish the lift when my triceps are tired.
For weak off the chest
Pause benches for sets of 1, 2, or 3
Wide-Grip pause bench for sets of 6
And something new I have been trying that seems to being a good job is Banded Pause bench held for 2 sec 1 inch off the chest, than fire it up.