Many people have the idea that there are some kind of magical beginner gains, like in the beginning when one first starts training everything is easier and then it gets incredibly harder with time passing...
They say that by the 3 year mark one starts to stop to see any gain. From experience I can say it is literally the other way around.
Started from a point that I could barely hold myself on my own feet, no joke, was suffering from anorexia.
And now it seems the more I train the better I get, while in the beginning I was struggling to even begin. I was struggling to get to the start line, while now I'm in continuous linear acceleration.
When regarding bodyweight training I understand that there is a point where increasing repetions doesn't matter anymore.
Like walking, if you are used to do 10k steps a day as a baby, the next day you can easily jump to 30k steps, you will feel tired but that's a 300% increase in one day.
I did experience something like that with push ups when I first started training, in the last 5 months.
I was struggling to do 1 push up and a few crunches for an entire month. The first week was hell and wanted to give up continuously.. But then I suddenly jumped from being able to do a maximum of 19 push ups to 38 in like 3 days... Then 45 the day after... And topped at 123.
Now I started weight training.
But Imagine that if I continued bodyweight training, it could've become just like waking, where you can do giant improvements in one day because the exercise becomes so easy that it doesn't even matter.
It would be like lifting a feather 1 time versus 1000 times, it doesn't burn your muscles, just bores you to death.
So my question is, is there a specific point where effort becomes null, when hard exercises become like walking?