OPEN YOUR EYES, LISTEN
Using visualization and verbal motivation together can do wonders for people that are going through their last reps with an outstanding amount of weight. The best example would be listening to serious motivational songs.
FOCUS ON THE PROCESS ITSELF
It’s all about the technique when you’re doing power-lifting training’s. To stay focused, it’s best to split every rep into several steps – everything from the positioning to the lifting of the weight. It makes the difference.
TELL YOURSELF “I NEED THIS”
No matter what you’re doing, whether that one rep is going to win you the Olympic gold or make you look better, focus on your need!
Imagining things have a positive influence on any activity, even playing a piano. Researches have shown that visualizing an entire training session before actually doing it can increase your power output. Visualize success!
FIND A TRAINING PARTNER
Get people close to your heart motivated. Motivation doesn’t have to be related to your local gym or your training session. It can be related to your gym partner, your friend, or a family member. Also, find out what motivates your training partner, as your help is what they need.