@Christian_Thibaudeau this is very good from 915 (below) how would I get better off these chest for standing military press?
For squat workouts:
If you lose position (bending forward) at the start of the lift, do paused squats (pausing for 2 seconds in the bottom position) or 1.5 squats (going all the way down, going back up halfway, going back down and then completing the lift). In both cases, focus on maintaining a stable torso.
If you lose position at the midway point, do front squats or paused squats (pausing for 2 seconds at 90 degrees on the way up) while again focusing on keeping a stable torso.
If you lose balance at the end of the movement (weight shifting forward), do slow squats (going down and up very slowly, about 4 seconds) or squat good mornings (do a good morning and when the torso is bent over, squat down into a full squat with the same back angle, then stand back up extending the legs and back until you're standing straight up).
For deadlift workouts:
If you're weak off the floor, do deficit deadlifts (deadlift while standing on a 2" block), floating deadlifts (stand on a 2" block, but don't let the bar touch the floor; the bar "floats" 2" above the floor while you hold the position for 2 seconds before each rep), or Sumo deadlifts.
If you're weak just below knees, do snatch-grip deadlifts from below the knees (in power rack or weights on blocks) or Romanian deadlifts.
If you're weak above the knees, do deadlift with chains (or reverse bands) or snatch-grip deadlifts starting above the knees.
For bench press workouts:
If you're weak off the chest, do paused wide-grip bench presses (pausing 2 seconds just above chest on every rep) or dumbbell presses (using the fullest range of motion possible).
If you're weak in the mid-range (arms about 90 degrees), do push presses or incline bench presses.
If you're weak in the last portion of the lift, do decline bench presses with a close-grip or 4-board presses.