SaltWrap Daily Fitness Planner – Gym Workout Training Log, Weightlifting Exercise Journal, and Food/Diet Tracker – Daily and Weekly Pages, Goal Tracking, Spiral-Bound, 7 x 10 incheshwadmin
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GIVE YOUR FITNESS PROGRAM THE RESPECT IT DESERVES
The only daily fitness planner that allows you to track all your exercise and nutrition in one visual snapshot.
Whether you want to lose weight, build muscle, improve strength and performance—or just be healthier…
The SaltWrap Daily Fitness Planner allows you to plan, track, AND improve.
It’s more than just a training log and food journal.
It’s a way for you to ensure progress.
To maintain focus on incremental improvement.
And have a historical reference that you can use to learn from.
In addition to daily and weekly planning pages, the goal tracking templates keep you focused.
The intuitive, minimalist design makes it simple to fill out.
And it’s the perfect size to take with you, fitting easily into a bag or purse…
It’s your dedicated space for tracking, measuring, analyzing and becoming better than you were yesterday.
…Why not just track all this stuff in a regular notebook?
Or spreadsheet on the computer?
Or an app on your phone?
Because these tools can become obstacles.
They get in the way.…
A blank notebook without prompts and accountability is too easy to gloss over and leave out important details.
Computers and smartphones are littered with distractions.
Other priorities popping up, pulling your focus way.
But this planner has no distractions.
It’s your focused, dedicated space for tracking, measuring, analyzing, and becoming better than you were yesterday.
If you haven’t reached your fitness goals yet.. or your progress has stalled..
OR you are ready to take your fitness to the next level…
The Daily Fitness Planner will be a powerful ally and workout partner for helping you achieve your fitness goals.
See exactly how it works below…
High-quality construction and intuitive design. Made for serious athletes and those ready to make dramatic leaps toward their fitness goals.
Easy to use—Daily and Weekly templates
Customizable—track only what suits you
Economical in size—7″ x 10″
Durable—Spiral-bound, with a tough, flexible cover and 80 gsm thick pages
(go ahead, throw it in your gym bag)
Historical reference—easily refer to past entries
Minimalist page designs—fillout in just minutes per day
One visual snapshot—see your entire day in one view
Contents: Daily Training Log, Daily Nutrition Log, Weekly-Check in, Weekly Fitness Planner, Goal Tracking Templates (Body Measurements, Strength & Performance) Length: 280 pages (16 weeks) Cover: Black Leatherette, Matte, black felt interior Binding: Spiral bound, 80 GSM thick fountain pen paper, white pages Extras: Elastic book strap for safe-keeping, page marking
To see high resolution images of the planner, view the Image Section at the top left section of this page.
HOW IT WORKS: Daily Pages (Training & Nutrition Log), Weekly Pages, and Goal Tracking Templates
► The Daily Training Log page allows you to track all exercise activity, with a focus on resistance training or circuit-style training (where exercises are completed for repetitions or time).
Before starting your training session, fill out the Exercise Description and Plan fields.
Following your workout completion, fill out the actual sets/reps/weight in the Training Completed section.
And jot down any notes relevant for each (such as rest time or proper form notes).
The area at the bottom of this page provides room to write down other types of exercise you completed that day, and make comments regarding your training session.
► The Daily Nutrition Log page provides space to track virtually everything nutrition related.
You have the freedom to track as much or as little as you see fit.
You may want to track all calories and nutrients, or simply keep a log of the types of food you ate.
If you’re following a plan that requires to you consume a specific amount of fat, carbohydrates, protein, or calories—list those benchmarks at the top of the page next to “Dietary Goals”.
There’s also space to write comments on each meal, which you can use to track other things (fluid intake, sugar, fiber, etc).
Use the comments box to write out any ideas, variations from your plan, or thoughts about the day’s intake.
► The Weekly Check-In page asks you to rate your energy levels, joint health, and mindset each week.
Think of this section like the dashboard on your car… You shouldn’t just care about what the speedometer reads (i.e. how fast you are going).
You should also focus on the health of your vehicle (body), and make corrections when necessary to keep it running smoothly.
► The Weekly Fitness Planner page is your designated fitness planning space.
Go ahead and write down personal appointments in here if you want, but make sure you use this space to prioritize your fitness plan for the week.
This allows you to make training and sound nutrition a priority—even if your life is hectic.
If nothing else, use this space to quickly write down when/where you plan on training in the coming week.
And write a quick summary of what you plan to do.
The checklist at the bottom of this page ensures you are planning, preparing, and focusing on the right things.
“What gets measured… improves.”
—Peter Drucker, Management Consultant and Recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom
This famous line from Peter Drucker echoes a much older principle called “Pearson’s Law”.
Named after the 19th century mathematician and physicist Karl Pearson, this law states:
“When performance is measured, performance improves.
When performance is measured and reported back, the rate of improvement accelerates.”
How much can measurement improve your performance and results?
A study from Kaiser Permanente’s Center for Health Research showed that keeping a food journal doubled participants’ weight loss.
As lead study author Jack Hollis, ph.D. put it:
“Those who kept daily food records lost twice as much weight as those who kept no records. It seems that the simple act of writing down what you eat encourages people to consume fewer calories.”
The right system can 2x your results.
This law clearly states that measurement ALONE improves outcomes…
And it doesn’t just apply to weight loss.
It can be applied to strength training, athletic performance, and even business—where it’s often quoted by management consultants.
To harness the power of this law, it takes three simple steps:
1) Set a measurable goal (the key is measurable).
► using the Goal Tracking Templates in the Daily Fitness Planner
2) Consistently measure goal-related activities.
► using the Daily Training & Nutrition Log pages
3) Have someone (or something) hold you accountable to the goal activities you are measuring.
► using the Weekly Check-in and Review pages
Thing is, it’s pretty easy to set a goal.
Creating a follow up system…
one that provides accountability… is the hard part.
That’s where most programs fail.
And, incidentally, why Personal Training is a billion-dollar industry.
The most valuable aspect of a Trainer is his ability to hold you accountable.
Accountability is what produces results.
The Goal Tracking Templates in the Daily Fitness Planner, combined with the Daily & Weekly pages, hold you accountable to accomplishing your fitness goals.