The take home message from this is twofold. There is only good things to come of you if you continue to grow and become infinitely stronger. The second is you need to keep finding ways that will motivate you. I'm sure you have all heard of the various Olympic athletes who claim to have trained on Christmas day because they felt this gave them an edge over their fellow competitors as they were unlikely to train on this day as well. Well the newsflash is that more than likely they all trained Christmas day. So what do you do to get the edge? You either train twice or you train harder. See it is a slippery slope into a new realm of hardcore when you start pushing real weights. That slippery slope is a constant struggle to build your mind to such a capacity that it can always "get up" for the next lift no matter how tired, sore or just downright lousy you may feel. Real strength only comes for finding the motivation to day in day out without fail lift more weight. As has been written in this blog before it's not some fancy program or some dynamic new supplement that will do the trick for you. It is just an iron will and an unbreakable persistence and consistency of continually lifting heavier and heavier that will make you the strongest man you can be.
People find all different ways to keep the motivation high so I am not going to pontificate about the ways you can get motivated. I can tell you now at some point in everyones lifting they are going to require some additional motivation. However if you're continually seeking various forms of motivation just to do the basics then I'd be asking myself why bother. First and foremost the motivation to lift needs to come form you and you only. If you are looking for something quick then check out the videos and pics on the motivation tab of this website.