ROM, more as in "grip width => ROM". i.e. a narrow grip has your arms vertical at the end, a wider grip might have them 30-40 degrees away from the vertical. Also, a little lean (or more like a very good thoracic extension) might get the exact same ROM of an incline press...
Asking because, for example, a floor press is about half the ROM of a standing press, but a floor press is sometimes reccomended when your shoulders hurt.
I noticed that using a wider grip (which shortens the ROM)- snatch grip or slightly wider- feels much better on my shoulders.
Anyone know if wide-grip presses are indeed easier on the shoulders? (anyone with good anatomy/kinesiology knowledge?)