Keeping a workout log is important. Whether it be measuring progress, holding yourself accountable, or even motivating yourself a little when you see those miniscule improvements, a workout log can be the ultimate tool. Even if you don’t believe it has any benefits, it can’t do hurt to try it.
The reason a lot of people don’t keep one is that it’s difficult to come across one that covers everything a martial artist needs. You can buy expensive books, workout plans, and printables that do nothing for you but break the bank.
I decided to make this easy for you, so you have no excuses. It’s so simple, all you have to do is print it off. There’s a spot for you to input your weights and calisthenics, cardio, endurance, circuit training, and, most importantly, a spot for you to keep a fight training journal. After every class, I go home and write down everything worth noting that we did. In the long run, this helps with information retention, as well as provide me with a long list of drills to run whenever I’m in the mood for a good sweat.
You can download it here.
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