The best avenue to do this is with a fitbook! The main selling point of a fitbook is that it is small and can easily fit into my purse. Yes, I just confessed, I love to carry my training log with me and it goes with me almost everywhere! To work, to the gym, to the store....I think you get the point. But do I really pull out that book and look at it where ever I am....sadly (or gladly if you are a runner who understands)....yes!
So what are some more selling points about the fitbook that I like (besides the small size)?
- It has a place at the start to put your information in case you and your precious fitbook ever get separated.
- It prompts you to identify and write down your 12-week plan, current weight and other health stats, and goals.
- It provides you ample space to log your weekly plan, stats, goals, and REWARDS for success! I have never seen another training log that prompts and reminds you to reward yourself.
- It includes the categories of strength training, cardio, flexibility, food, and nutrients so you can track all aspects of your training and fitness.
- It provides space for a weekly wrap-up and analysis.
What are some of the downsides?
- I do wish they offered versions longer than 12 weeks for those who have longer-termed goals.
- It is hard to fit all my running into the cardio section but you can always add it elsewhere. And on that note, I keep hearing a runner's version is on its way so if we all ask, perhaps it will become available super quick!!!
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