I find if im ramping weights up specifically in bench press I can keep going for so long in smaller and smaller increments. Does this mean I have an inefficient nervous system if so what can I do to improve it or does it mean I have an efficient nervous system that lets me train with increasing loads for considerable time. Lifts are just done in gym, tshirt and shorts.
EXAMPLE ( I am converting kilos to lbs roughly in my head)
Bench 135x10, 160x10, 185x10, 205x7, 215x5, 225x5 (hard could get 6 maybe 7), 235x5 (just get 5) 245x3 255x2 265x2 275x1 280x1 285x1
Now 235x5 is quite hard, as in I could maybe get 6 but if I skip any of the above steps I cant reach 285bs I really have to creep to get there, 275 is hard I couldnt get 2 to save my life. Im absolutely shattered after 285 visibly shaking but could get a 275 in that state.
This is just for a max effort attempt at the end of a 5/3/1 cycle but I would like to compete in powerlifting in the future. Do I have a high work threshold or an inefficient nervous system?
Edit: Reason for asking is trying to find the best way to reach my max for a competition, I use much more sets than the lifters I know.