Now, just because you are different, does not mean you need your own special program in order to get better. With that being said, the more we can individualize things for each athlete, the faster the progress that we can make in addressing each persons’ specific needs.
Many of you know from experience where your specific weaknesses lie already. You may suck at squats, or kettle, or jumping rope. Question: why aren’t you practicing these movements every time you come to the gym, regardless of whether we do them in the warm up or WOD? You do not need my permission to show up early to practice pull ups, or throw some extra hip mobility into your Strength Program, or jump rope for 5 minutes instead of 2.
I implore you to take ownership of your fitness goals and path to success. We’ll get you there eventually, but nowhere near as fast as we can with you proactively leading the charge. Now get to work!