Using training logs


In order for your body to change and get fitter, stronger or to show more muscle tone, it needs to be pushed beyond it's current capabilities.

A training log allows you to view your current work rate. It also challenges you to better you last performance - even at least by a little bit.

Not using a training log may mean any improvements made from workout to workout are forgotten. This will in time hinder any physical development.

Working with numbers
A training log (or training dairy) works like this. Write down any info you think you may need to review past performance.

For example: During aerobic sessions, write down the type of exercise you do, how long it takes you, the intensity you work at and how it felt. Simple.



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