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Free Workout Log Template

Daniel Brady | November 27, 2012 in Templates

Logging your lifts each session has two main benefits; making your weight increments easier to remember and more consistent each session, and being able to see exactly what progress you’re making over what time. Read on for the template download link.

The template has example data in it, just delete those before printing your log sheets. By default it’s set up for an upper/lower 2-day split, but you can modify that. Click the image below to download it.

Workout Log Template Download

Free Workout Log Template

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Old Method – Workout Log Book

Compare that to my old method of using a log book, and the spreadsheet has clear benefits. You have 6 sessions on one page rather than having to flip through a book to find the relevant session. Checking your 1 month progress for example, is easier in the spreadsheet.

Workout Log Book



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Daniel has a strong interest in evidence supported fitness training, preparation and supplementation. His goal is to provide clear information that simply works. He's currently 16 kg of muscle above his starting weight (7kg in the past 12 months), and targeting a continued growth rate of 5kg+ per year.
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