progression

Training without analysis isn’t really training at all. It's not about smashing yourself and trying to get as sore or tired or beaten as possible.
There is a reason that dumbbells, cables, and bodyweight exercises have been around for eons and are still used today—they work.
Never forget to trust the process as you ascend to higher heights.
Make sure you understand your "why" and then be sure the work you’re doing will get you there.
If you are stuck, maybe you don't need to train like a pro bodybuilder or think that you might be one.
Consider making your goals process-based as opposed to results-based.
Have faith in the training, and one day when you're making a scheduled attempt you'll find yourself up above the bar.
Training is about taking the reins and working to be better, not about being a certain way.
Every workout should be part of a quality program of movements. That has to include the intelligent use of progressions and regressions to help you achieve your desired goals.
Start with the basics and you can teach yourself back flips, presses to handstand, Olympic lifting, juggling, slacklining, and almost anything.
Approach your workout with the enthusiasm and focus of a master honing his craft and you will reap the benefits.
When you improve, so must your training and nutrition.
Good programming is essential but is still secondary to an understanding of quality movement and intelligent progression.
Your success as a coach is defined by the growth you can spur in your athletes.
Unchecked frustration becomes resignation and then apathy.
A fitness fairy tale about finding just the right resistance.
When your initial wave of progress grinds to a halt, some simple program modifications can get you moving again.