There’s really no way to get around that, is there? You are responsible for 100% of your results, 100% of your strengths, and (more importantly) 100% of your weaknesses. If you suck at it, then somewhere along the line you made a conscious decision to suck at it. You must have, because if you wanted to get better at it you would’ve simply worked to improve it, and not working to improve it means that you want to suck at it. Sorry bro – that’s the truth.
You don’t get a promotion by sitting on your ass complaining about how much you want a promotion. Nor do you get stronger by sitting on your ass complaining about how much you wish you could be stronger. If you want that promotion then start doing something worthy of a promotion. If you want to get stronger (or better, faster, leaner, whatever) then do the things that will make that happen.
And whichever you choose to do – suck at things or master them – realize that you never, ever, have a reason to complain about them. You cannot complain about the outcomes you chose on purpose. You choose not to practice overhead squats? Then you’ll suck at overhead squats – and you’ll do it on purpose.
The good news, however, is that if you choose to practice as if you want to master them, then that’s exactly what you’ll do – and you’ll do it on purpose.
Show me what you got.