The world is divided into two classes, those who believe the incredible, and those who do the improbable. -Oscar Wilde
It's DELOAD WEEK!
What is a deload and why is it important?
In a typical training cycle, the first week is a test to find out where you're starting.
By establishing a baseline, you can program out percentage work for the next few months to gradually challenge yourself more and more.
The last week of training is a retest of the movements you have been trying to improve.
But the SECOND TO LAST week of training is about recovery. All the hard work is done. True gains are made from RECOVERING after a training session, and this phase is just that. Note that it is not rest. Total rest is almost never appropriate. But you should slow things down. Lighten the load. Get more sleep. Eat more calories. You should focus on your quality of movement and your mobility.
Taking deload time is critical. And gains are never made in a hurry.
Be patient. Trust the process. Let your body heal.
Then we'll see what it can really do :)