If you want to get fitter and/or lose weight but have never taken any exercise then this may be for you. The NHS would be much better off if we all took the time to look after ourselves a bit better. The recording log book may also be of interest to more seasoned athletes. I devised this approach to fitness and wrote the exercise log book some 10 years ago and still use it now. The system is based on a set of 10 rules which are listed here and careful recording of your activity and resulting improvements. The rules are also included as a tab in the log book.
Please feel free to download the log book from this link . As well as tracking your weight you will be able to graph calories burned, physiological measurements such as pulse and blood pressure, save your favorite routes and PBs and even track the miles on your shoes.
I am counting downloads so I would prefer everyone to download it from this page. If you want to share it please share a link to the page rather than just copying.
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