If you're ready to track your fitness progress, I'm sharing 12 bullet journal fitness trackers. Here you'll find weight-loss trackers, measurement trackers, and more.
The new year has arrived, and for many, that means setting goals for the year ahead.
Eating healthier and getting more exercise is usually at the top of the list when it comes to resolutions.
According to one study, only about 1 out of every 5 Americans manage to stick to their New Year's resolutions.
This number can sound discouraging. Some people say they don't make resolutions because they don't think they will stick to them.
I've found that it's a lot easier to stick to your goals if you firstly, set smaller goals, and secondly, use resources to help you keep track of your progress, such as tracker apps, or printables.
If you have a bullet journal, you can get creative and make your own bullet journal fitness tracker.
Before I get into the bullet journal fitness trackers, I want to share some of my favorite bujo supplies.
Let's Gather Our Supplies
- Mildliner Colored Pens: These are the colored pens I use for my bullet journal. They are the most popular bullet journal pens!
- Washi Tape: Washi tape provides a simple way to personalize your journal.
- Shape Stencils: These stencils include ribbons, banners, and so much more.
- Bullet Journal Printables: If you love printables, you should check out this 61-Page Printable Bullet Journal.
Bullet Journal Fitness Trackers
If you're ready to track your fitness progress, here are 12 bullet journal fitness trackers.
Here's a colorful weight-loss tracker. I love the addition of the hand-drawn scale. This tracker is a fun way to track your weight-loss progress.
What a creative way to track your daily fitness goals. I love the special touch of including the daily forecast.
If you prefer simple bullet journal layouts, here's a simple way to track your fitness progress using your bujo.
If cardio is your focus, create a simple and organized bullet journal fitness tracker to log your cardio journey.
I love the idea of drawing a picture of yourself and tracking your before and after measurements.
Not only is this a fitness tracker, but it also includes a review of what worked and didn't work.
I'm not sure if I could draw the exercising figures, but I love the idea of drawing out your exercises and tracking them in your journal.
Here's a simple and cute fitness tracker. Customize this tracker to include your favorite fitness activities.
Consider using stickers to jazz up your tracker. LuxBook has a great collection of digital planner stickers.
If you have a minimalist bullet journal, here's a great layout for tracking your fitness progress.
This spread tracks your fitness activities as well as your water intake. I love the fun addition of the pizza life sticker.
Here's another minimalist fitness tracker. This tracker has one box for each day of the month, allowing you to track your daily fitness accomplishments.