Training logs with style
What is this place?
For a while now I've (that's Otto Hammersmith, incidentally) been using some custom classic planner size (8½"x5½") pages to track my workouts. I thought it was about time that I published a site where I could share what I've been using. This is the beginning.
First, to the right there are bunch of links to my blog entries where I post scanned version of my personal logs. That should give you an idea of how I use them. I originally used OpenOffice to create these, using the D*I*Y Planner templates. Now they're all done in Adobe Illustrator by my lovely wife, Aoife. In any case, my old post about how I use the OpenOffice version is still generally valid. Although, the look has changed (for the better, I think), as you can see.
Lastly, on the right you can also get some sample PDF's to print out yourself. How to print them well is a whole other story. In any case, download, enjoy, play with them, tell me about it. I'd love to hear about anyone putting these to use, or even, if you'd like your own custom versions.
Incidentally, if you're looking for a good workout plan The New Rules of Lifting is a great place to start. While it works great for women, there's another version that just came out, The New Rules of Lifting for Women.