I tried to hit 107.5kg on the bar but missed it twice, the 1st try I had it about an inch or two from lockout!! GRRRR so close,2nd time stapled me nicely!!
That's from neglecting your triceps bud. If your supplementals go up, your bench goes up. As you're progressing along, you should be increasing the volume more on ME days for triceps, and increasing intensity for triceps on DE days. That's a good guage that I prefer. Simmons recommends 60 or so reps w/ DB's, and 40 w/ a barbell. Over time, as your GPP increases, you should be able to easily fit in that triceps volume as I do. I've worked my rest down to 1 minute for DB's, and 90 seconds for barbell work.
Max Effort days I follow max effort with 4-6 x 8-12 reps with the DB's. Either rolling or elbows out, on the floor, with a band, ect. Tons of variations to choose from.
Dynamic days I do my hard and heavy triceps work. Could be a closegrip bench or 4 board presses pyramided to a top set of 5, ect. Another thing I love doing is supersetting a heavy compound with a tricep pressdown just to increase the degree of difficulty while increasing muscle mass. Again, that could mean doing heavy barbell extensions (chest, throat, chin) for 5-6 reps at a time (or doing JM presses) ss w/ tricep pressdowns for 10-12 reps (static). Keep alternating back and forth ONLY as long as you keep progressing in weight for the compound. So if I barely get my 5-6 reps JM pressing after doing 4 supersets, I know that's my final set (after the pressdowns).
So I think that IF you start working your triceps harder, you'll definately hit that new PR because lockout wouldn't be a problem.