Workout logs YIKES… there are so many types and it’s all so confusing. As I researched this topic it turns out there are bazillions to choose from, it makes your head spin, your eyeballs pop out of your sockets and then your brain short circuits out.
But do they all mean the same thing? Is a workout chart the same thing
as a workout tracker or a workout journal or an exercise log or an exercise
chart or a fitness log or a fitness journal or a bodybuilding log? It seems I must continue to investigate this
So this is what my research has told me when I consulted Mr. Dictionary. A brief vocabulary explanation that makes it all just a little bit clearer, it seems as though the words are being used interchangeably. I searched on the following three words: log, chart and journal.
Now the challenge is to try to create three separate distinctive items to reflect the descriptions from above and apply it to our new healthy lifestyle, so we can have tools that will help us reach our full potential in the gym and in life.
one of these respective items will be found on their own page, on this page I
will try to create a comprehensive workout log for you. For the other items
such as the workout chart and the workout journal you can access those from the
links in the weight loss tools page.
Let’s first examine the reasons behind a workout log, there are as I see it 5 excellent reasons to keep a good log.
see it, there are only positive things that can happen when you keep your log.
Problems only occur when you don’t keep it, so… what do you think? Are you
ready to start creating your own crystal ball? Are you ready to be able to see
into the near future, plot and plan your next moves in the gym?
you will find two daily workout logs, one is a sample of how you would fill it
in and use it the other is an actual full log to use in the gym. If you would
like to… go ahead and print it out to use in your daily workout. I hope you
enjoy it and it is useful to you.