Like most of the resources on Vertex42.com, the motivation for creating printable weight loss charts and other fitness charts and logs came from personal interest (I'm getting older and larger) as well as requests from various people. Most of these are designed as free printable forms. In addition to these weight loss charts and exercise logs, you will find a number of great resources on the web.
Exercise Charts and Logs
Weight Loss Charts
Printable weight loss logs and charts in PDF and XLS format. Graph your weight over time and track your progress towards your goal.
Weekly Exercise Chart
Need help creating a fitness plan? This exercise chart can help you create a weekly plan for both strength training and cardio workouts.
Daily Exercise Log
Track your overall fitness progress for both strength and aerobic exercises, as well as your daily weight, calorie intake, and hours of sleep.
Need help creating a weight lifting program? This workout chart can help you create a weekly plan for core body, upper body, and lower body workouts.
Weekly Workout Log
Need a workout log to take with you to the gym? This one is focused on strength training.
Weight Training Plan
Customize a 5-week weight training plan for yourself or for a client. Includes a diet plan worksheet and measurement log.
General Health Charts and Logs
Daily Food Log
Printable daily food log in PDF and XLSX format. Keep track of what you eat, calories, and water intake.
Weight Loss Log
Print a weight loss log to keep in a drawer or cabinet next to where you weigh yourself each day.
Blood Sugar Chart
Track your blood sugar over time to help get your levels under control.
Ideal Weight Charts
Printable ideal weight charts and tables in PDF and XLS format. These charts will help you figure out a goal for your weight loss program.
Printable BMI charts and tables in PDF and XLS format. Use the chart to find your current BMI based on your height.
For keeping track of symptoms and triggers of headaches and migraines.
Menstrual Period Tracker
Track your period with this simple yearly calendar to help you make better predictions for the future.
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Use a weekly or monthly meal planner to help you keep eating the right foods.
Print a simple blank grocery list or a categorized grocery list.