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Free Health, Exercise, Fitness, Diet, and Weight Loss Printables

By Kristen
Content Updated May 15, 2008

BMI Chart (4 - 5 ft tall)

75 to 174 lbs.
Good for tracking weight loss and weight gain.

BMI Chart (5 - 6 ft tall)

115 to 212 lbs.
Good for tracking weight loss and weight gain.

BMI Chart (6 - 7 ft tall)

175 to 272 lbs.
Good for tracking weight loss and weight gain.

Initial Health Evaluation

Fill this out when you start a weight-loss / fitness program. It includes an area to put your photo, so you can look back and remember what you looked like when you began to lose weight and gain muscle.

Quarterly Health Evaluation

Track your weekly weigh-ins, and at the end of three months you can log your fitness levels to see how you have improved, 100 to 275 lbs.

Weekly Health Journal

Lined pages to record your thoughts while you lose weight and/or increase muscle and improve your fitness level. (For all the things that can't be measured by numbers.)

Blank Daily Goal Log

Adopt a healthier lifestyle one new habit at a time. Keep track of your success as you incorporate new healthy habits into your life.

Food Log / Diary

Keep track of what you eat, when you eat, your hunger level, and nutritional values. Excellent for people on diets that require controlling nutritional values, such as low fat diets, low sugar diets, high fiber diets, high protein diets, and calories as well as people who want to monitor eating habits (such as "I crave carbohydrates in the morning.")..

Strength Training Log (Portrait)

Keep track of your strength training workout progress (e.g. weight, reps, sets). Best for workouts with lots of different exercises.

Strength Training Log (Landscape)

Keep track of your strength training workout progress (e.g. weight, reps, sets). Best for tracking workouts over a longer period of time.

Weekly Workout Routine

Plan the different exercise components of your fitness routine (cardio, strength, flexibility, balance) to ensure that you are meeting all general aspects of optimal fitness.

Comprehensive Weekly Workout Routine

Plan exercises rountines that help you develop all areas of physical fitness (cardio endurance, cardio power, strength endurance, strength power, static balance, dynamic balance, static flexibility, dynamic flexibility, coordination, agility, relaxation) to ensure that you are meeting all specific aspects of optimal fitness.

6-Week Workout Planner (starts Monday)

Plan a six-week exercise program on one page.

6-Week Workout Planner (starts Sunday)

Plan a six-week exercise program on one page.

8 Week Workout Planner

Plan an eight-week exercise program on one page (starts Monday).