Bad at the step through transition
I try to think of modifications as a rule rather than an exception. It helps undo this pervasive tricky belief that a regular yoga practice looks the same for everyone- uber flexible, uber strong, uber oneness with everything... Whatever the hell that looks like.
I have the mobility, strength and technique to step my foot between my hands from downward dog butnonetheless in never quite makes it there. A combination of long legs and a bit o' junk in my front make it impossible. So, I've had to get creative.
The most straight forward modification I use is to simply use blocks under my hands. It works and my wrists love it. Also fairly straight forward is to just cut the step through out all together and create new ways to flow postures together.
My usual trick is to keep my pelvis really high as I shift more weight into my hands while popping my back foot forward a little. This gives me almost enough space to set my front foot down by my hand. Then I just scooch it forward. I step back in a similar fashion but on my fingertips to give me enough clearance. When it isn't enough, my foot dragging over the mat makes an awesome farty sound. Sometimes I make the awesome farty sound even when I don't drag my foot.
If you're looking for more ways to work with this little gem @diannebondyyoga has a couple great YouTube videos for modifying what she calls, "the dreaded step through."