That's a whole lot of pressing without much pulling. If you want a big bench you need a big back. Just a suggestion but you might want change some of those accessory lifts, maybe take out the push press and throw in another back movement.
I do deads for back work on ME Lower
Squat briefs only 625 @ 210
Bench geared 525 @ 210
Deadlift geared 650 @ 220
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If I were you I'd just do starting strength for a while. I can almost guarentee, in a month you be doing your 3x5s with 210 (provided adequate rest and food). Add dips and chins to supplement your bench if you like. I've been doing it for two months now and I squat reps with what my max box squat was before I started and have put 25lbs on my bench with sub maximal weights. But it's up to you. IMO linear progression is the fastest way to progress through these relatively light weights, beginner/intermediate stages. Push it until it stalls hard.
alright thanks guys. Ill do more upper back work on bench days.
I don't know what your other training days look like but if you are not doing pull ups you should throw those in. Just make sure that at minimum you are pulling just as much as you are pressing if not more. For example for the week I have 3 pressing movements(not inc. pushdowns) and 4 or 5 pulling movements.
Post your weekly program, that will help me get a better idea of what you are doing.
Mon-matt rhodes raw squat routine
posterior chain movement
light upper back stuff
Here is one way you could do it (keep in mind this is just my humble advice and guys like vdizenzo know much more than me)
Wed. ME Bench
Pull ups/ Chin ups
Heavy DB Rows
Plate Raises/ Face Pulls/ Side Raises/ DB Cleans
(for shoulders just do something that isn't a press unless that is your main movement like in 5/3/1)
Sat. DE Bench
Chest Supported Row/ High Rep DB Row/ Pull Ups/ Lat Pulldowns
Light Tricep Work
DB Cleans/ Face Pulls/ Shrugs/ Plate Raises(these hit the upper back and shoulders so it's just some better "bang for your buck" exercises)
Like I said before this is just one way it could work and has worked extremely well for me wait and see what some of the other guys recommend and go with what you feel will work best just don't neglect back. Obviously there are a ton of choices for back exercises but these all work extremely well. Don't kill yourself on both days, keep your DE day lighter like you already have it.
Ok thanks for the advice. I like the way you have that layed out and ill give it a shot a next week.