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- Daily pages for recording food, drink, supplements, activity, and mood.
- Weekly pages for tracking progress.
- Training pointers.
- Motivational tips.
- Nutritional references.
From the Publisher
Diet & Fitness Journal: ”Personal Trainer” and BFF all in one!
Studies show that those who record their diet and exercise lose twice as much weight as those who don’t!
Starting that new diet and workout program? Track food, calories, activity, supplements, mood, and more here! Now with a removable cover label!
Track your activity
On the Fitness Log page, you can record Cardio or other activity and Time of Day.
You’ll find columns for Heart Rate, Duration, Speed, Level, Intensity, Other (your choosing), and Calories Used.
Into weight training? There’s a section for that, too, with columns for Muscle Group, Reps, Sets, Duration, Intensity, and Other (your choosing).
If you bite it, write it!
On the Food Log page, you’ll find columns for Calories, Fat, Sodium, Carbs, Fiber, Protein, plus an extra column to track one additional category of your choosing.
Track Breakfast, your mid-morning Snack, Lunch, a mid-afternoon Snack, Dinner, and an evening Snack.
You’ll also find places in which to record your daily Food Goals, and how much Water and how many Fruits and Vegetables you consumed today.
Take stock of calories, supplements, mood, and more
Journal includes a quick-reference calorie guide with the nutritional content of many popular foods.
Record Calories Consumed, subtract Calories Used, enter Net Calories, subtract BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate), and determine your Net Calorie Deficit. (A 3,500 calorie deficit will equal 1 pound of weight loss).
Note Vitamins and Supplements you took today, check off that you met your daily Goal (yes, you will!). Note Mood and Energy Level.
There are even a few lines in which you can write about your day!
Gets the job done
Provides 9 weeks of logbook pages
Attractive journal delivers 9 weeks of easy-to-use tracking pages, along with food and fitness resources, helpful hints, and even a Tip of the Week, accompanied by a thoughtful motivational quotation.
Discreet black book
Remove the orange, blue, and white cover label — it slips right off — and you have a sleek black book.
Perfect for those who don’t want to advertise that they’re tracking their food intake and fitness activity.
Take it everywhere!
Place your ”before” photo inside the front cover, and an ”after” photo inside the back cover.
Use the weekly progress pages to keep you on point.
Keep this journal in your gym bag.
About our Diet & Fitness Journal:
Popular journal works with many weight loss programs
Daily pages for logging food, drink, supplements, activity, & mood
Weekly pages for tracking progress
You’ll also find training pointers, motivational tips, & nutritional references
Smooth-finish pages support pens or pencils; hardcover binding for writing on on the go
Journal measures 6-1/2” wide x 8-1/2” high
Elastic band closure keeps it all together Removable cover band / label
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter—and later, his wife, Edna—sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy—and our customers’ expectations—of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, circa 1948.