Quite often, the prescribed weight in a workout appears to be both too heavy and with too many repetitions to even be possible. These working weight/volumes will continue to feel out of reach unless you begin to regularly expose yourself to them in workouts. For example, many of our prescribed workouts that include deadlifting are written and appropriate at 225lbs. Clearly, if an athlete is never exposed to that weight, then a workout involving 45+ efforts is simply unreasonable. Much in keeping with Coach Bozman's practice theme, we're talking about simple exposure here. Being exposed to large weight/volumes has to start somewhere. Get started with your own exposure.
Check out the kids getting their 225's on. This hundred kilo effort was buried somewhere in between rowing and wall balls, and prescribed in safe, small doses. If you pick up that 225 often, pretty soon it feels like 135lbs. Almost like 225 is the new 135.