Garbage In, Garbage Out"
Writing a good training program and implementing it correctly is no different that writing a effective computer program.
Thus, if you input it incorrectly, you don’t get the right results or the most effective results.
The Blame Game
An issue with many lifter is when they implement a training program that doesn’t work, they blame the program rather than consider that they may not have correctly written and performed it.
Writing a good Exercise Prescription to cure your problem is no different than a physician writing you a medical prescription.
More detailed information on precisely what and how your are training needs to be obtained before prescribing how to resolve your issue.
What you have state amount to going in and telling a physician that you don’t feel good and want him to prescribe a medication that will make you feel better.
It is impossible to prescribe any medication that will address your issue without more information.
As the saying goes, “The devil is in the details”.
With that said, a good general observation is…
“You are using way too much band tension.”
“…you just need to understand their purpose.”
I’d slightly revise that to, "You need to understand the application and now to apply them to elicit the greatest training response.