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Keeping fit is very important and when you want to organize your own workout activity, you need as much help as you can get to keep on track and work out regularly. This is why we want to suggest some of the best printable workout logs you can use to track your activity. All of the workout logs are free to download.

1 – Fitness and Bodybuilding Workouts Log

Download it here

http://www.fitness-and-bodybuilding-workouts.com/support-files/workout-logs-sets-reps.pdf 

Author’s Description

Using workout logs is a great way to put your mind at rest and keep a written record of everything so that you can focus on what’s most important – WORKING OUT! We have designed some very cool and practical logs which we also use on a regular basis. We have 3 logs (basic, extended and advanced) which come in 3 different variations (regular, simple and superset version) which means you have 9 logs in total to choose from. Our printable workout logs are in PDF format.

Contents

– Basic Log (Regular version, Simple version, Superset workout version)

– Extended Log (Regular version, Simple version, Superset workout version)

– Advanced Log (Regular version, Simple version, Superset workout version)

Screenshots

Fitness_and_Bodybuilding_Workouts_Log Fitness_and_Bodybuilding_Workouts_Log_001 Fitness_and_Bodybuilding_Workouts_Log_002

More info

http://www.fitness-and-bodybuilding-workouts.com/free-printable-workout-log.html

2 – Makeoverfitness Log

Download it here

http://www.makeoverfitness.com/images/fitness-journal/fitness-log.pdf

Author’s Description

Planners also help you to record your short and long-term goals. No matter how often you use your log, writing down your gym, home or work activities is a good idea. This section contains easy planner logs for men, women or kids. Each planner includes a word or pdf template that you may download and adjust for your use.

What should you write in your fitness activity log?

The name of each exercise:

In the left column, write down the specific exercise that you performed. These exercises can be cardio, weightlifting or any type of activity you perform. This will help you keep up with the specific exercise you completed. You should also record your flexibility exercises. Place the name of the stretch that you perform static or dynamic stretch.

Sets, Reps, and Weight:

Note how many repetitions you performed and the amount of weight you used for each set. For example: If you performed the Bench Press using 135 pounds, 10 times for 3 sets you would put “3”in the sets column, “10” in the reps column and “135 pounds” in the weight column.

Amount of Rest between sets:

In this column, you should put the amount of time you rested in seconds or minutes. This should be amount of rest you took between each exercises or set you performed. It is important to be very detailed so take a stop watch to the gym with you.

Time for your cardio routine:

Record how much time you spent doing the cardiovascular exercises. For example: If you did the treadmill for 30 minutes, put 30 minutes in the Time column corresponding to the exercise you performed.

Record the Cardio Machine Level:

For any cardiovascular machine you use put the levels that you used. This will help you track your progress for that specific machine. For example: If you ride the elliptical machine for 30 minutes on level 5, you should record that in the last column corresponding to the row of the exercise.

Contents

– Fitness Log (for tracking exercise)

– Fitness Log (for tracking meals)

– Measurements

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Makeoverfitness_Log
More info

http://www.makeoverfitness.com/fitness-logs1

3 – Patty’s Printable Workout Log

Download it here

http://reach-yourpeak.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Printable-Workout-Log.pdf

Author’s Description

I wanted to share a printable workout log you can use to track your exercise, either with the workouts above or any workout you do in general. We all know it’s important to keep track of your workouts – it helps you see how you improve over time and get stronger, as well as make notes of how you felt on a certain day, injuries, etc.

You’ll see you have 5 sets listed (not that you need to do 5 sets but I just wanted to give you enough room), as well as boxes to list your weights and reps. For example, even though my 30  minute workouts are AMRAP (as many rounds as possible), you should still be keeping track of how many rounds and reps you do. If in those 7 minutes you only do 2 full rounds and on the third you only get a few reps of an exercise, mark that down. The following week you might complete 3 full rounds, which will show you that you have improved.

Contents

– Date

– Exercise

– Sets (lbs, reps)

Screenshots

Patty’s_Printable_Workout_Log

More info

http://reach-yourpeak.com/2015/05/12/printable-workout-log/

4 – Melissa’s Workout Printable Log – 1800 Minute Challenge

Download it here

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4Tgcyxs1KQDOTRudzFOMFQ1Q2M/edit

Author’s Description

I’ve realized that the times my life seemed the most balanced was when I was setting aside time for the things that I never had “time” to do. A week or so ago, a few bloggers announced a 1800 minute fitness challenge. To simply get 30 minutes of movin’ in each day, for 2 months, and bam you have your 1800 minutes. Since I’m more of a visual person (who loves charts), I decided to whip up a fun printable to use to track the minutes. While this workout printable was created for fitness based goals, feel free to use the printable in other areas of your life where you just want to set aside some time each day to accomplish something new.

Contents

– Sheet to track 30 minutes workout each day with the schedule to track 2 months of workout activity

Screenshots

Melissa’s_Workout_Printable_Log_–_1800_Minute_Challenge

More info

http://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/design-eat-repeat-4560785?post=2574101343&blog=4560785&frame_type=a&viewer=true

5 – Kerry K. Taylor’s Workout Log

Download it here

http://www.squawkfox.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/free_printable_workout_log_squawkfox.pdf

Author’s Description

I’ve created this Free Printable Workout Log (exercise log sheet) to help you track your fitness sessions. Just download the workout log by clicking the picture or the link. Here’s how it can help you get fit:

  • Stay frugal by tracking your fitness for free.
  • Easily track weekly and daily workouts.
  • Monitor fitness goals and achievements.
  • Get trim, slim, and fit by honestly logging your exercise sessions.
  • Keep a pulse on weight fluctuations, heart rates, and energy levels.
  • Plan daily workout schedules.
  • Track time spent exercising, distance traveled, and workout intensity.
  • Have fun with fitness by using an attractive workout log or exercise log sheet. 😉

This two-page free printable exercise log covers a whole week. So keep yourself motivated by tracking your weekly fitness goals, hours of exercise, and workout type. There’s no time like the present to start with a simple and frugal walk to get your heart racing.

Contents

– Week beginning (goals and weekly thoughts)

– Daily workouts (workout type, weight, resting interval, energy, results and notes)

Screenshots

Kerry_K._Taylor’s_Workout_Log

More info

http://www.squawkfox.com/2009/01/06/free-printable-workout-log/

6 – Free Exercise Chart by Vertex42

Download it here

http://www.vertex42.com/Files/pdfs/2/Exercise-Chart.pdf

Author’s Description

Our free Exercise Chart lets you create a list of the exercises for your fitness plan, including the number of sets and repetitions for weight training exercises as well as how far and how long for cardio exercises and which days of the week you will do the exercises. Having a clearly structured plan will help you stick with it. The exercise chart will also help you remember your goals and avoid getting lost trying to remember what it was you actually wanted to accomplish.

Use this template to create your weekly exercise plan. Print a copy to take with you to the gym or to put it where you will see it every day.

Save a copy of your plan so that you can quickly update it as you increase the weight and sets/reps for strength exercises and time/distance for cardio exercises.

Contents

– Heading (week and goals for that week)
– Warm up (activity, time, sets, intensity)
– Strength training (exercise, sets, weight, rest time)
– Cardio training (exercise, time, intensity, target hour)
– Cool down (activity, time, sets, intensity)

Screenshots

Free_Exercise_Chart_by_Vertex42 Free_Exercise_Chart_by_Vertex42_001

More info

http://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/exercise-chart.html

7 – Ange’s Workout Log

Download it here

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByqFHOC6K9tNRkdZN05vS1l0RGxseF9VdkFicFQ1S1dtcGpv/edit

Author’s Description

I really like tracking all of my food for the day because it keeps me accountable and if there is a week that I don’t lose I can go back and reevaluate my food choices and better understand why I didn’t lose especially if I was expecting to.  So tracking all of that food got me to thinking that I’d really like to be able to track my daily activity and my goals so that at the end of each month I can take a look at things to see what’s definitely working and maybe where I need to improve! So that’s where these easy fitness tracker printables come in! I just print them out and slap them on the fridge for easy access so that my crazy type A personality can track everything!

This one is a daily tracker that you can go ahead and check off each day that you exercise and fill in what you did and how long you did it for as well as track your weight for the week! And the next one is pretty nifty because you can track your goals!

Contents

– Monthly Workout Record

– Monthly Workout Plan

Screenshots

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More info

http://www.hairsprayandhighheels.net/2014/01/fitness-tracker-printable/

8 – Corrie and Steve’s Workout Log

Download it here

http://www.corriehaffly.com/projects/blog/forms/weight-training-worksheet.pdf

Author’s Description

The PDF has two pages — one with boy-friendly colors and one with girl-friendly colors. I print this onto a two-sided sheet of paper for an ultimate couples’ workout tracking sheet — one piece of paper for two people, and instead of having our names at the top, we can quickly tell by looking at the colors which side we should be filling out. Of course, if you’re single (and care about having gender-appropriate colors), you can print out just one of the pages onto a two-sided sheet to help conserve paper.

Since Steve and I split out the various body groups into different workout days, each column represents a week’s worth of workouts, so I put the three dates in the top tab. If you’re into circuit training instead, each column might represent a day’s worth of workouts. It’s up to you.

We purposefully don’t have abs listed on this sheet, because we do situps and various abdominal exercises every time. If that really bothers you, you can add it yourself!

Contents

Weekly routine:

– Arm and shoulder exercises

– Chest and back exercises

– Legs

Screenshots

Corrie_and_Steve’s_Workout_Log Corrie_and_Steve’s_Workout_Log_001

More info

https://corriehaffly.wordpress.com/2007/08/20/weight-training-workout-sheet/

9 – Work It Out Day By Day Log

Download it here

http://www.lifeonpaperco.com/lifeonpaper/Exercise_File.html

Author’s Description

Track your daily workout using this log. Besides daily workout schedule for you to fill in the details about the workout you will also find a chart for tracking muscle strength sorted in three categories: lower body, upper body and core. You will put down the values for reps, sets, and lbs.

To download file, right-click image and “save as”.

Contents

– Daily workout (time, place, activity)

– Muscle by muscle (lower body, upper body, and core)

Screenshots

Work_It_Out_Day_By_Day_Log

Work_It_Out_Day_By_Day_Log_001

More info

http://www.lifeonpaperco.com/lifeonpaper/Exercise_File.html

10 – Jen Allyson’s Workout Log

Download it here

http://www.theprojectgirl.com/resources/theprojectgirl-workout.pdf

Author’s Description

If you’re super proactive or just super active, I’ve created a workout worksheet just for you! This is mostly just for tracking and notes, though you could put your plans for a week or two weeks and then check them off as you accomplish them. I’m sure you’ll figure out better ways to use this form than I ever could!

Contents

– Workout sheet

– Cardio

– Resistance

– Other notes related to the workout

Screenshots

Jen_Allyson’s_Workout_Log

More info

http://www.theprojectgirl.com/2010/01/01/happy-new-year-workout-freebie/

11 – Whole Fit Printable Fitness Log

Download it here

http://wholefit.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Fitness-Tracker-Printable-2.pdf

Author’s Description

Keeping track of your workouts with a fitness log is one of the simplest and most effective ways to help you maximize your results.  Tracking your goals, workouts, and progress will also help you get into a solid routine – especially if you’re a visual learner.

If you want to track your workouts for a visual of your progress, the following two fitness logs will help you track your daily workout activity, monitor goals and put down all the notes related to the workout.

Contents

Two designs of workout log:

– Geometric Design Fitness Tracker
– Triangle Design Fitness Tracker

Monitor:

– Day

– Activity

– Duration

– Goals

– Notes

Screenshots

Whole_Fit_Printable_Fitness_Log

More info

http://wholefit.org/2014/04/16/track-your-workouts-with-this-free-printable-fitness-log/

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