The Ultimate Pocket Workout Journal

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WS Publishing Group, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 300 pages
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The Ultimate Pocket Workout Journal is an invaluable tool for anyone trying to lose weight, maintain a healthy weight, prevent disease, relieve stress, and improve overall well-being. Newcomers to exercise and seasoned athletes alike will love its compact, portable size, which makes it easy to tuck into a purse or gym bag. This pocket-size journal is an essential companion for those seeking to track their physical activity and achieve fitness goals.

With this journal, creating and monitoring an effective fitness program has never been easier. Readers can develop a successful fitness plan, including cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility training. They can create personal goals and maintain a daily physical activity log to keep them motivated. The daily journal pages provide space to record the type of physical activity that was performed, as well as the repetitions, duration, intensity, and calories burned.

In addition, this journal includes space to document daily nutrition, vitamins and supplements, weight, energy levels, and water consumed to help readers optimize their diet for maximum results.
 

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User Review  - lmccaa - Target

My beef with it is: No where to log your calorie intake or protein or carbs - I don't need to use it as my food journal, but when I look back on a day, I like to be able to see what my intake was, No ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Alex A. Lluch is a renowned author who has written more than 200 books in a diverse range of subjects, including business, weddings, weight loss, health, fitness, babies, pregnancy, self-help and more. He has sold more than 4 million books in North America alone. Lluch is known for writing books that are very comprehensive yet extremely easy to read and understand, making them favorites of readers worldwide.

He has been featured on Fox News, AOL Health, WebMD, Pregnancy Today, Parenting magazine, the Chicago Sun Times, and more.

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