It’s smart to include floor pressing to train alot exercises cannot do as well, which is the ability to develop complete dead-stop strength. Some experienced lifters say even pause pressing can achieve the benefits that floor pressing gives you (It has to do with physics). In these ways, you develop your upper body in every possible way.
Now I have a metal plate in my left arm from an injury I got 10 years ago.and I worry about going heavy on the lower halve of the lift that activates the stretch. Floor pressing feels much more safer and I feel more explosive. Can I just stick with floor pressing if I do alot of close grip work, overhead extensions and Overhead pressing?