It's driving me nuts that whenever I do a shoulder or chest press my tris always fail before the target muscle. I have taken some extra rest recently, and that doesn't seem to help. I know there are different theories on how to remedy this. Any suggestions are welcome.
Also, a very experienced lifter at my gym hits his tris in a way I've never seen. Instead of close grip bench, and all the accompanying wrist/elbow issues that can come with it, he does a very wide reversed grip, ie palms facing head not feet. He says that rotating your arms like this completely deactivates that pecs. If you rotate your hand like this you will feel that your chest does relax. I'm thinking about throwing this move in the mix.