I don't accept your statement as phrased as absolute fact.
Also understanding the concepts of constant muscular tension, ranges of motion, duration, load & power and applying them to presses that involve the chest is not the same thing as stating "don't do bench presses...they are horrible."
Do them...but do them properly.
Oh no you DIDN'T! Bro please tell me you didn't just lay out your strongest argument right there...
Actually if you went to the thread I posted I do provide scientific studies that demonstrate that more power & load are generated with partial ROMs then full and that there is carryover in strength gains into the unworked ROMs.
SoCal even posted a full article on shoulder stress and hand placement for the bench press wherein, among other things it recommends that the bar not go all the way down to the chest.
Which SoCalare are you referring to. I tried looking up the post by username, but there are so many usernames with SoCal. I just want to read the article on the shoulder press. Thanks.