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TEMPLEKEEPER SparkPoints: (1,516)
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12/14/12 11:10 P

Vertex42 has an Excel spreadsheet log
http://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/e
xercise-log.html


BOB240 SparkPoints: (6,131)
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12/13/12 12:08 P

My Program:
http://teams.sparkpeople.com/StayingPowe
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Gymlog spreadsheet:

http://bit.ly/MP6rl0

The bitly is on googledocs

DGEOGHEGAN Posts: 448
12/13/12 10:45 A

It would be really easy to just build what ever you want into an Excel spread sheet.

JENMC14 Posts: 2,786
12/13/12 10:32 A

I'd check around bodybuilding.com or muscleandstrength.com. Or, find a weightlifting book in the library that has one and copy that format in a training journal (which for me is just a composition book). You could also just make your own excel spreadsheet so it's exactly how you want it.

Edited by: JENMC14 at: 12/13/2012 (10:33)
BERTA6978 SparkPoints: (43,265)
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12/13/12 9:50 A

HI........I'm looking for a printable strength training log sheet. I don't care for the ones my fitness center uses. Does anyone have any recommendations (and a link)? I have "googled", but can't find much.

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