Health & Fitness Planner – Spread Ideas

Health & Fitness Planner – Spread Ideas

Hey there Planners! Today I am sharing some ideas for your health and fitness planners. To find more ideas, check out this Pinterest Board:

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  1. Claire Bratsztein on December 13, 2022 at 1:05 am

    I really like the exercise goal page. My journal is more stats oriented which doesn’t help me stay committed to my exercises. Thank you for your ideas.

  2. Rosy Braught on December 13, 2022 at 1:11 am

    this was so helpful thank you so much for sharing, it totally inspired me.

  3. Selfish Knitter on December 13, 2022 at 1:20 am

    I love these ideas, especially the reference lists! I’ve had so many pre-printed fitness journals that weren’t very motivating. I prefer to use an app to track meals, so I love the ideas that I could put on paper to complement the tools I’m already using.

  4. Michelle H on December 13, 2022 at 1:25 am

    I have a symptom tracker. And I also track my vitamins and supplements (I notoriously forget to take my multivitamin). I try to note when I start certain supplements to see if helps whatever I’m taking it for. Love these pages!

  5. Michele on December 13, 2022 at 1:31 am

    Love this idea. Hit the like button about a minute into the video. 😀

  6. Bernese Rainbow on December 13, 2022 at 1:31 am

    – playlist of songs that get you to move your body every single time (danceparty)
    – list of health/fitness related curses, events etc. you’d like to take part in
    – a packing / prep list for the gym, pool or whereever you want to work out
    – a list of places you really, really want to see in person, but require a long walk / a hike / walking up hundreds of steps to get there
    – contact list of people you motivate to work out and motivate you in return
    – a list of rewards you can choose from if you reached a certain milestone
    – a list of fantasy ‘curse’ words to shout out aloud at any anger work-outs (work-outs when you’re mad at someone or something) The curse words must be utterly ridiculous!
    – a list of things that remind you that work-outs can and should be fun

  7. Eriece L-C on December 13, 2022 at 1:36 am

    Thanks for sharing a great range of ideas. The variety was awesome!

  8. Plan Track Journall on December 13, 2022 at 1:50 am

    Great tips! I have a separate Hobonichi to track my running progress. I have a year-long goal to run my first marathon.

    I have my race dates for the smaller races leading up to the marathon (5K, 10K, etc) and the training cycles for each race mapped out on annual pages.

    I track any workout milestones on my monthly pages (personal best time, etc). On the weekly pages I track my specific workouts, reps, and water intake. I use the notes pages in the back for a daily food log and quick journal if needed.

    Love the "why" page! Thanks again. -Yvonne