Not talking specifics like “need bigger tris” or “deadlift stalls at the knees”. Wanted to think more in the bigger picture, take a step back and give a critical look at the principles or ideas that you, individually, need to work on to really improve.
I recently realized that, even though I know better, my instinct is to put full ROM on a pedestal and still kinda see partial reps as “lesser”. It’s a hard-reaching rationalization to see someone moving heavy weights or banging out tons of reps and think “Pfft, yeah but if they went those last couple inches of ROM, their numbers would drop a bunch.” Such a catty and unproductive thought process, but it’s still there most of the time.
What do you think you could work on?