Learn how your approach will dictate the results you get and how with a proper form you can start to make gains with every repetition that you do.
HOW you do the exercise at hand will determine your results - not the amount of weight you use or the amount of repetitions that you do.
At the highest level, it's not how much you can lift but how well you can lift. It's not the difficulty of the exercise, but how well you can use the exercise to strengthen your body.
Bad form produces bad results. The shit doesn't suddenly turn into gold no matter how much weight you can increase or how many repetitions you can do. More bad training will just equal more bad results.
The quality of your training trumps everything. Mind-muscle connection and focus on the basics will create the best long lasting results.
Nowadays everyone is in a hurry to do the hardest progression or the most amount of weight before they have even mastered the basics or built a strong foundation. Even after you are "strong", the basics should still be 99% of your training.
You see many amazing movements and lifts in this video, but most of these movements are not the bulk of the training - they are record lifts which are rarely done.
Majority of the time is spent on beginner level exercises such as the push ups, pull ups and dips because that's where the real progress is being made. Movement 20XX program is also all about the essentials.
Moreover, the basics are the gateway to the advanced skills, highest levels of mobility and the biggest muscles. There is no "secret trick" or a magic pill to get you to the top. The basics done right is the secret.
Here we will take a look at the push up and dip. These exercises are rarely done with a flawless form - even among many higher level athletes.
The same principles (scapula and core stability) apply to every other exercise as well so study them well.