Getting motivated is not one of the easiest things to do, and however much guys like us who have been there and struggled through it till we succeeded will try to convince you that you can do it, rest assured that it is a lot of work. Honestly I had to struggle so hard to get the level of motivation that I needed to become a success, and I cannot lie to you that you will get it overnight. It will take a lot of hard work; you will go through times when you wish you would just put a stop to everything and live a normal life. That’s the point where you are wrong, you cannot live a normal life, you are a bodybuilder, and you are above normal. You cannot let yourself contend with anything short of what you are supposed to become. Bodybuilders naturally go about life like someone who has a destiny to fulfil. So the fact that you have taken some time to read this means that you have already realized the need to fulfil your destiny, and you are doing everything possible to achieve just that.
There is a lot of misconception about bodybuilding from so many corners of the planet. Quite a number of individuals normally think that it is all physical and that’s all there is to bodybuilding. Unknown to so many people, one of the most important aspects of bodybuilding is the mental prospect that is involved. If you are not tough enough to handle it mentally, you will never get it right physically, and you will never succeed. However much you reach into your inner self for the motivation to keep going, you will never make it if you are not strong enough mentally.
The drive, the determination that come with motivation and propels you to succeed is normally innate, and created by your mind. These are things that the mind generates from what you feel, from how you perceive of the bodybuilding process and you can as a matter of fact experience the motivation through everyday feelings of sadness, fear, happiness, anger to say the least. In order to be motivated, the feeling will have to be set off by something else, something deeper, something that means so much to you, and most importantly something that you might want to overcome. The more this desire to overcome burns, the more motivated you will be when you are working out because you have a point to prove.
I normally advise individuals to find workout partners that can help them go through their sessions together. Having such a partner can really be helpful to you because you will have someone to watch over you, someone to make sure that you stay on course all the time, someone that will make sure that whatever you do, you do not lose track of why you are working out so hard. Do not mistake a workout partner for a social partner; so many people make that error and their training schedules hit a snag.