Back to school may be right around the corner, but many of us are still in summer mode.  That means we’re still enjoying afternoons at the pool and weekend’s at the beach.  I’m hey, summer’s not really over until Labor Day, right?!  As far as I’m concerned, its summer until the temperature drops below 80 during the day.  Once we’re below 80, then it the Fall.  Nonetheless, it still time to get your bikini body, which is why I have a motivating Fitness Tracker for this week’s freebie.  Honestly, fitness should be a year around thing, but since summer wardrobe is much more revealing than other times of the year, we tend to care a bit more about it now.

This printable had four sections for you to focus on, to include Warm Up, Cardio, Strength, and Endurance training.  You’re able to fill in the exercie, reps, weight, and duration for each of them.  So, basically you have a comprehensive sheet to fill in your fitness training.  Its a fun bright color, because believe it or not color is linked to emotion.  Doesn’t the tiffany blue make you so happy?  It sure makes me!

Freebie Friday Exercise Printable |

Now, all you have to do is print it out and keep it in tow as you exercise.  Its a great to record your progress and have a way to see how you’ve improved over time.  As I always say, some times writing things down is the best for of accountability, because its now tangible.  No longer do you just have the idea floating around your head once you write something down.  Its real, you can see it, touch it, and track it.  That’s the great thing about a fitness tracker.

Its also a great time to start tracking your fitness with summer winding down, and some of that ‘bikini-body’ motivation for exercising slowing going out the window.  As your attention may shift to getting back in to full gear with work or school, you want to take time out to take care of yourself.

You can download the fitness tracker HERE

*For personal use only*  Please feel free to share, but do not claim as your own or use commercially.

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As always, for more freebies, check out my Freebies section of the blog.

Have a lovely weekend, and Freebie Friday will return next week!  Don’t forget to link up at Creative Style tomorrow evening, the party starts at 8 P.M. EST.  Also, Turn It Up Tuesday is open for a couple more hours, so if you haven’t linked up make sure you do!

Tenns Reid

I'm Tenns, the blogger, graphic designer, and business + content creation strategists behind Bliss & Faith. This is my little corner of the web that I've dedicated to helping fellow bloggers and creatives reach their goals. I'm so glad you dropped by and hope that you that you find valuable resources here to help you achieve your dreams!

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  1. You’re right! Fitness can be done all year around. Hahaha! I was laughing at your temperature logic concerning the end of Summer. That is definitely how it was when I was living in New Jersey. 80s doesn’t feel the same here. That’s actually some really nice weather since we don’t get so much humidity. September is when things start to taper off. By October it’s usually perfection. 🙂

  2. Cynthia says:

    This looks so helpful! What a great way to keep track of everything and make sue you stay on track with your fitness. Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.

  3. Congrats on being featured on The Wednesday Roundup! Because your post was chosen, its now also been pinned to our Link Party Features Pinterest Board {}! We’d Love for you to come on by and check it out!

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