I'd like to repeat my answer to you from a similar thread last year. See above.
Dude, you've been training for over 10 years, allegedly. Either you've been spinning your wheels all this time, in which case you need to change everything you've been doing, or whatever you've been doing has been working and you've been satisfied with your progress, in which case there's no need to "shock" anything.
What's your current height, weight, and general fat level? And what are your maxes on the big basic lifts?
You're way overcomplicating this. Like the guys have all said, moving more weight is not the most important factor when it comes to building muscle. In fact, if moving more weight is your number one goal, I'd suggest that you shouldn't have a "chest day" that uses supersets to work multiple chest exercises in a row.
These articles from Thib, Waterbury, and Meadows talk about different ways to progress and should open up some options:
Yep, because that's totally how Arnold and Sergio and Haney and Dorian and Flex and Jay and Kai and Heath all did it, by adding more weight to the bar each and every workout.