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My husband and I recently started our workouts back up and needed something to keep track of our daily exercises and progress.
I already had some workout calendars, but I wanted something that was a bit more detailed and included space for tracking sets and weights specifically.
So, I made a few new exercise logs and I’m excited to share them with you! We print several of these templates at once, hole-punch, and keep them in a binder.
It’s amazing to see how far you’ve come and the progress you’ve made after sticking with it for a few weeks.
Pair these with some food diary printables and consistency and you’ll be seeing results in no time.
Free printable workout logs
All of these trackers are undated, so you can print multiple copies at once and store them in a binder or folder until you need them. At least, that’s what we do.
And, of course, if these aren’t the right size you need, you can always resize the PDF. It’s very easy to do.
Track time, distance, sets, reps, and weight
If your weekly workout schedule consists of different types of workouts, one of these exercise logs may be more fitting.
For example, maybe you do strength training 3x per week and cardio 2x per week.
These templates allow you to track time and distance in addition to sets, reps, and weight – all on one sheet.
For strength training routines, use these templates to track up to 5 exercises, along with the weight and reps per set.