Considering lockout is the greatest weakness in my bench, I am considering only doing partial range movements for my ME exercises. I will have a dynamic day to focus on full range form and speed. Those are my greatest strengths so I want to continue to capitalize on them.

I was thinking I would work different boards, rack work, and floor presses for ME. I will then get in the shirt for some full range rep work. Probably won't touch much at first, but will work my groove. Then I will do a supplemental movement before assistance.

In the past I have hammered tri work, but that was more with supplemental and assistance work. My theory is to invest in partial range ME work to bring up my lockout. My thinking is to stick with this plan for at least six months. Of course if I do get close to a meet, I might have to dial the shirt in for a week or two as the ME movement.