When I'm doing a regular bench press I have my shoulder blades slightly pinched together such that it raises my shoulders off the bench because I'm lying on them. I've felt like this gives me more tightness and force when lifting heavy, contributing to a stronger press.
On lighter weights and warmups I prefer to train explosively and drive the bar to the top position as powerfully as possible. More often than not, my shoulders lift off the bench due to momentum, and when this happens the pinch in my shoulder blades disappears. When I land back on the bench in a firm lockout position, my shoulders are flat across.
For the sake of consistent form, is there a way to bench explosively such that form is not compromised, or am I better off benching without my shoulders pulled back at all times?