How many times have you resolved to lead a healthier life and given up? Resolutions to get fit are as easy to make as they are to break. Keeping up the initial determination and excitement of leading a healthy lifestyle can be difficult. The best way to stay motivated to lead a more well-balanced life is to track your progress in a diet and fitness journals. Writing your goals and your progress in a workout journal will help you stick to what you set out to do.
Keeping a regular and honest account of your fitness in a food and fitness journal will help you take control of your fitness and discover what works best for you. Here are the 5 best fitness journals to help you stay motivated.
If you believe you can, you will. Your body can only achieve what your mind sets itself to believe it can. Let this wooden fitness notebook push you to achieve the fitness goals you've set for yourself. The mind is powerful. The only thing standing between you and your goal is your mind telling you that you can't. You are only limited by your own mind. Train your mind to believe it can and you will achieve the body you want.
Fitness is a lifestyle, not a hobby. Record your fitness journey in this personalized fitness journal. List the exercises you're doing along with the reps performed, the number of sets you've done, the rest and break duration between exercises and the weight lifted every day. This workout journal will help you see where you stand and how far you've progressed. What you eat is as important as exercise. Keep a record of your food intake in your fitness journal. It will help you count your calories and be more accountable.
1. Your long-term and short-term fitness goals: Writing down your goals will help you determine if you're on the right path and help you achieve your goals quicker.
2. Your workout regimen: Keeping a log of your workouts will not only help you stay consistent and motivated, it will also help you track progress and see what exercises are working for you or not.
3. Your food intake: Tracking your calories is as important as working out itself. It will keep you accountable and help you eat right.
4. Record how your workout goes each day and write down how you feel at the end of the day. Do you sleep better and feel amazing or are you excessively tired and sore? This will help you in finding your exercise pattern and determine whether you should do more or less of them.
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