There are guys who can bench 150 kilos easily, with a scrawny 37-inch chest. Then there are those who squat 50 kilos and still develop lean mass in their lower body. There are overweight girls who can plank up to 2 minutes but aren’t in the shape they want to be. Then there lean chiseled girls who shake and scream short of a minute and yet keep seeing changes.
I may be able to deadlift a respectable weight, but the next guy might be lifting half that weight and still have a better body than mine. It’s not always the weight you can carry, the number of reps you can do or the number of miles you can run. What is 'your' best, that's what matters. People are built differently, some have more slow twitch muscle fibers, and some have more fast twitch fibers. Stop competing against the next guy or gal in the gym. The only thing important is that you compete with the person in the mirror. As long as you’re constantly reaching and pushing ‘your’ limits, you are a winner; you are progressing. Be sincere and honest to yourself. 9 pushups, 45 seconds in a plank, 3 pull-ups, 1 mile, if you’re shaking and trembling at the end of these numbers, then these are great numbers, and you are on your way towards a transformation.
Show up every day, do your best and leave no room for regrets.
PS. Danish was at the end of an intense 40-minute tabata. He's way tougher than how he looks in this video.