My Happy Planner Fitness Planner Setup
I have been tracking my fitness & health stats in my Erin Condren Planner. The stats included steps, resting heart rate, water intake and hours of sleep. Since this planner is also used for appointments and events, my to-do lists, work hours and so on, there is really not much room for anything else.
This week our local Michael’s craft store and the MAMBI Fitness Planner kit for 40% off plus a free cover. This was a great deal which I had to take advantage of. I will be able to write down my workouts, meals for the day, calories, weight, body measurements etc.
Here is my brief overview of the planner and how I am setting it up.
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If you are you buying the fitness planner as a kit, you will also receive 5 sticker sheets, 1 magnetic bookmark, 1 pen and 3 sticky note pads. The planner is undated, so you can start when every you are ready. There is a sticker sheet with month labels that you can be used on the tabs and monthly overview (more about this later)
The first page of the planner has a place to write your name. I might put a picture of myself on the left side when I start my fitness tracking and then another one after 1 year. Another good idea is to write down your goals and every time you open your place it will remind you.
The next pages is a 12 month progress tracker. You can write down your weight and keep track of measurements for chest, waist, hips, thigh, upper arm and other. I think it is great to have a look and see how far you have come and what you have achieved.
The monthly overview is great for your scheduled workouts. Maybe you like to switch it up between cardio and strength, or if you are training for a 5k, 10k or marathon. If you are working on strength, are you doing upper body, lower body etc..? Great to have the monthly overview.
The weekly overview is for more detailed information. The first chart has space for breakfast, snack, lunch, snack and dinner. Maybe write your detailed food intake or just calories. If you are following a specific weight loss program it can be points, portions etc.. The bottom chart is for your exercise, followed by a water intake tracker. The sidebar is for your goals and any notes for the week.
This is probably one of my favorite pages of the planner. At the end of each month you have room for a progress picture and space to write down any achievements or challenges for the month.
Here is a quick overview of all the extras that come with the MAMBI Fitness Planner kit.
There are 5 sticker sheets take will make help with your fitness planning and logging. The sticker sheet on the right has clear month labels for the tabs and monthly overview pages of the planner. This means you can start whenever you are ready. I will be starting mine in August.
The other sticker sheets are great for recording your workouts, either in the monthly or weekly overview.
I hope you liked my little review. There will be a new post shortly about how I set up and use my MAMBI Fitness Planner.
If you are already using the MAMBI Planner and don’t want to start a separate planner, you are able to buy fitness extension pages.
If you need more stickers, MAMBI has a sticker book with only fitness/wellness related stickers. I think I will purchase it for my journal 🙂
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks for reading 🙂