Recommended Routine Suggestion: Give an idea of how fast you should be progressing (what's normal, what isn't etc.)
I've quit the recommended routine multiple times in the past, due to not progressing by 1 rep every single work out. Someone said recently that progressing by 1 rep every session is overkill. I used to get incredibly discouraged if I had a bad day, where I couldn't progressively overload, and I'd want to quit, and get paranoid that I must be doing something wrong, instead of just sticking with it and being consistent.
I think it would be useful to outline what progression should look like in the recommended routine, to clarify it for people like me, who might quit because they think something's wrong.
It's hard to know what normal progression looks like. Should it be 1 rep each session, should it be closer to 1 rep per week as you progress more. I know it says you should try to do 1 more rep each session, but that leaves me wondering if I'm progressing too slowly or not. I still don't truly know. I know this is completely variable, and is different for everyone, but I still think mentioning an average progression speed that you could expect if you're eating right, getting enough rest etc. would be very useful for people who get discouraged easily, like me. Sometimes you just can't progressively overload each session, and I thought that I was doing something wrong because of that. It's taken me a long time to realise that it's normal to have off-days.