Free Exercise Chart
Our free Exercise Chart lets you create a list of the exercises for your fitness plan, including the number of sets and repetitions for weight training exercises as well as how far and how long for cardio exercises and which days of the week you will do the exercises. Having a clearly structured plan will help you stick with it. The exercise chart will also help you remember your goals and avoid getting lost trying to remember what it was you actually wanted to accomplish. For an exercise chart specifically for weight lifting exercises, try our Workout Chart template.
Printable Exercise Chart
This printable exercise chart is nearly identical to the Exercise Chart Template below, but if you use this PDF version, you'll need to complete your exercise plan by hand. I'd recommend using the template so that you can save a copy of your plan and make changes easily as you increase your strength and endurance limits.
Exercise Chart Templatefor Excel and OpenOffice
Use this template to create your weekly exercise plan. Print a copy to take with you to the gym or to put it where you will see it every day.
Save a copy of your plan so that you can quickly update it as you increase the weight and sets/reps for strength exercises and time/distance for cardio exercises.
More Exercise Charts
- Printable Exercise Chart - ostermiller.org - Create a simple weight/set/reps chart (log) for basic exercises.
- Exercise Charts - www.exrx.net - Some workout charts and logs for Excel.
- Calories Burned Calculator at calcnexus.com - Estimate calories burned for a large variety of exercises, based on time, intensity, and your specific weight.
- Blood Pressure Chart at vertex42.com - Track your blood pressure.