I like implementing the buffalo bar for pressing but only when the range of motion is limited. This bar requires you to press the bar OUTWARD if you want to mimic your normal bench press and utilize more triceps. The reason I think this is, because of the bow in the bar and how your palms sit pressing straight upward on the bar is similar to doing sumo deadlift and driving straight into the floor, it is not efficient.
So next time using this bar be mindful how you are pressing and press outward into the bow of the bar and see how much more triceps your recruit and if you are able to create more pressing power
*Duffalo Bar + Floor Press + chains Max 2: 330 + 4
*Drop weight 25% KEEP CHAINS then 3×5 + 5 second negative: 275
*Spotto Press 4×8: 225,245(3) *Pulldowns (Supinated) 4×10: 130, 140(3)
*Single Arm DB Incline Press w/ Banded Row 4×10: 70
*Inverted Banded Barbell Row 4×10 + 5 second hold: green / orange
*Tate Press 4×10: 50(2), 55(2)