Who knew shoulder day could involve so little overhead pressing? The truth is, if you're like most lifters I know, you could use a little time away from the barbell military press, and some quality time working on some other shoulder and upper-back movements that help you be a better presser down the road—like next week.
You actually did one of my favorite shoulder exercises in yesterday's back workout: the face-pull. You also hit the hard-to-train lower trapezius with those "chest-ups," and the day before, you worked your serratus anterior with the push-up. All of these are helping to build a healthier rotator cuff, put your thoracic spine and scapula in a strong and stable position, and solidify your upper back.
Stick with it, an approach like this will not only mean more pressing power, but also healthier shoulders. If yours have ever been jacked up—or if they are now—you know just how important that is.