How uplifting right? Look I just want you to try harder. I just finished "The 10X Rule" which in essence says that in order to be successful you have to set goals that are 10x more than you want and take steps to put in 10x more work than needed. It was very motivating and I'm on board. Just because you are doing an exercise on an unstable surface does not mean you are training stability and likewise just because you are running 25m sprints doesn't mean you are training explosive power and speed. You need to know your mission and know your role. If your training speed then go fast. If you are training stability find that stability in your joints. In all situations cultivate tightness and whole body connectedness. As Mark Bell says, you gotta know the "intent" what is the reason you are doing that exercise? Do you even know? Why are you doing that many reps? Why that many sets? Why that weight? What percent RM is that for you? Put some thought and effort into your workouts or pay me to do it for you. I'll gladly take the work. There are plenty of brilliant people out there but once they step foot in the gym all critical thinking goes out the window. They resort to the latest fad or an exercise that is flashy. You want flashy or you want results? Stop lying to yourself like you are actually giving 100%. Did you give it your all? And I must tell you, giving your all does not always mean laying on the floor in a puddle of sweat and vomit. Giving your all might mean perfect technique, it might mean a new PR it might mean taking time and fcusing on your breath....it depends....on the intent. Push pull squat lunge twist bend every week and you'll be ok. Add a little progressive overload with some smart periodization and you're golden. It's not that hard but it's a little bit hard. You can't be a fucking zombie in the gym. Put some work into it and you'll see some results. NO ONE SAID IT WOULD BE EASY BUT IT WILL BE WORTH IT.