I'm posting this for the sake of posting it. It's nothing new or anything, it's just what I've been doing lately and I've been enjoying it a lot. I had hit a plateau with my bench strength but was able to slide past it with this routine. I've been doing it once a week (once every seven days).
Warm-ups (However you like 'em)
Barbell Bench Press 8, 5, 3 (Rest 1-1.5 minutes)
Then do 4-5 sets of 1 rep of a maximum weight with a 15-20 second rests
Finish barbell bench press with the weight you did for the set of 8 reps
Four sets of Incline DB Press and DB Pullover superset
For incline presses I keep rep range between 6-8, for pullovers, 10-12
It's great because the pullovers really stretch out the pecs and leave you feeling great afterwards, even though it's pretty tough during.
Sometimes I finish off with a set of light flyes to stretch out even further. And after my chest workout, I continue to do series of flexes and stretches, ending with a lot of stretching!
So far, in terms of what I'm repping, it's helped me put about 10lbs on my bench press in about two weeks. Not bad. You might think this is a crap workout, too much volume, or whatever, but it's working for me.
P.S.- My chest is the hardest part for me to train, due to genetics mainly, so any time I see progress I get excited.