Your workout doesn't need to be harder.
You don't need to add in an extra round, scale the weight up, or do a harder movement variation.
You just need to work harder.
As @sherwood215 said, "Often times when I want to make a workout 'nastier' it is accomplished through reducing elements, not increasing them. 4 Rounds become 3. 135lbs becomes 115lbs. Chest-2-Bar becomes Chin Over Bar." If you only do the shit you're good at, you cannot be surprised when your weaknesses don't improve.
Today, I did my lifting and then did two very simple, basic, CrossFit workouts. 5 Rounds of 20 GHD Sit Ups, 20 Push Ups. Rest 10min. 100 Bar Facing Burpees for time. Not complicated, not sexy, not a barbell in sight, and weaknesses that needed addressing.
If you see a WOD and think, "That needs to be harder," know that, no, it doesn't.
You just need to attack it harder.
Then again, maybe that's just me.
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