Logging your Lifts

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  1. Mystery Guest

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    Does anyone have an Excel Spreadsheet or some other type of log to keep track of your lifts? If you do could you help a brotha out and upload it?

    I need to start tracking my lifts and setting goals for myself. I was trying to create a log but it doesn't seem to come out right.:hs:

    Thanks :x:
     
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    I could've sworn we had a subforum for that around here...wonder where it went.
     
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    BS that shit nevarr existed :hsugh:
     
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    Cool, I think that site has exactly what I am looking for. I will check back later.



    I understand we have a Training log section, but I really didn't see anyone post a spreadsheet or an actual log to track progress. It's mostly people posting their workouts which I can do on any piece of paper. I'm looking for an actual log sheet.
     
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    I just went into excel and wrote down every excercise i do and about 50 spots for each one

    Everytime i do 10 reps i check off the box

    That way i can keep track in case i get carried away on the bench and neglect my triceps and also to track my progress towards my 500 reps in 5 weeks of each excercise......:eek3:
     
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    interesting. don't you track the weight you use too?
     
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    whatever you do, don't log into to the F&N File Share and download the document titled "spreadsheet for tracking workout progress"
     
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    I log the weights in the margin, only when i up the weight, otherwise i don't log them if they are the same
     
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    im useing a set of 4 99 cent notebooks to keep track of my calories. Fits in my back pocket with a pen and whenever i eat or drink something I write the info down and add it up.

    Could you not do something similar for say 30 days at a time and then enter everything into a spredsheet?
     
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    I could, I just want to be really neat and organized. I want to put everything into a binder. I guess I will have to come up with my own spreadsheet :o
     
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