Fitness

Resistance Training Log

Record your daily weight-lifting data.

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Usage advice: 

I use this to record my weight-lifting activity three days per week - six major muscle groups, plus abs and any cardio work I do, and notes for everything if needed.

Paper size: 
Index Card (3 x 5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Microsoft Word
Language: 
English

Workout Log

Weightlifting & cardio log

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Usage advice: 

This is rather generic log that can be used to track your daily workout routine. I wanted something simple that would be easy to carry and easy to write on. It is formated in classic size and prints out two per standard sheet. This is not meant for duplex printing (because I am right handed and have a hard time writing on the left side of a binder).

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Adobe
Language: 
English

Running with Cross Training

I created this to keep track of my marathon training. I run 4 times a week and do 2-4 cross training activities a week (yes, walking around the block following my 4 year old on a trike counts as cross training!). The design isn't elegant, but I find it useful. I hope you do to!

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Usage advice: 

In the comments, I write things like my clothing choices, or my heart rate for various stages of my tempo run.

AHR = Average heart rate
YTD Miles = total miles run this year so far

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
Adobe Reader/Acrobat
Language: 
English

Running Log

A runners log for tracking route, time and distance information.

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Usage advice: 

Each page provides space for two weeks worth of runs. I have provided even and odd pages so you can track a full month of running on one two-sided sheet.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
PDF Reader (Adobe Reader, Mac OS X Preview)
Language: 
English

Weightlifting Workout Log

Record your workouts to see your progress. Plan your limited time in the gym so you're putting it to the best use.

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Usage advice: 

Plan your workouts ahead of time, know what you're going to do, get to the gym and get out as quickly as possible. Write the exercise and estimated weights in the exercise column based on your last workout. Gauage how hard it was to decide whether you need to step it up for the next time in the gym.

For more details see my blog post on the topic. If there's intrest, I'll post the OOo Draw file so anyone can make "hard-coded" version of their workout for themselves.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
PDF Reader (Adobe Reader, Mac OS X Preview)
Language: 
English

Diet & Exercise

A daily journal (2 days per page) where you can track what you eat, when you exercise and record a few numbers.

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Usage advice: 

Use the Notes/Exercise section to record the times that you performed exercises and any abnormalities in your schedule (such as why you missed a meal or an exercise session, when you're sick and your temperature, possible drug reactions, and so forth). It can also be used to explain why you ate if you were not hungry.

Dinner & is the space to write in not just your dinner, but also the extras you might have within an hour or two before and after dinner.

Paper size: 
Classic (5.5 x 8.5)
License: 
Creative Commons
Applications required: 
PDF Reader (Adobe Reader, Mac OS X Preview)
Language: 
English