The basics of a workout journal is to simply write out your workout on a given day. You fill out the details, all the exercises you do, the sets, the reps, the time, everything involved that you choose to keep track of.
• Weight or Variation
These are the commonalities you’ll find across most types of workout logs.
But what is common may end there.
In the video below, in which I show one of three parts of my training log, you’ll see the other important parts I track. These includes:
The difference between Practicing, Testing & Training as I share in this article.
The type of PR I hit such as intensity, set, volume, density, etc. More about progression here.
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