Why GymPad?

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Can you remember what it is that you actually did the last time you worked out? What muscle group(s) you had trained as well as the weights, sets, and reps that you had managed to achieve? Can you look back over your training and analyze what worked best for you and what hasn't? Is this really where you want your progress to stop? By tracking the specifics of your workouts it allows you to measure where you are against your fitness goals, at any given point in the process. This, therefore, makes you accountable for noticing where your progress is diminishing, so that you can spot where change is needed in your programming for you to further your progress.

The GymPad Workout Journal was designed and created by 3 fitness professionals all of which graduated from the National Personal Training Institute in Orlando, Florida. Since graduation, the GymPad team have created a platform of various workout journals that allow you track your workouts and nutritional goals along with your body compositional progress. We are proud to say that over 10,000 GymPads have been sold worldwide in our first year, with GymPad now being a No.1 best selling workout journal in the USA and the UK. Do not take only our word for it, check out our reviews on Amazon. Start tracking your workouts today by downloading your free GymPad workout template via the free downloads section on our website.
 

Now let us dive into our top 10 reasons as to why you should start tracking your workouts today!

10 Reasons To Track Your Workouts

1. Increases Accountability 

Tracking your workouts keeps you accountable for making sure you go to the gym, if you start missing days off training, you will start to see your progress diminish and therefore you will notice the reason for this as there will be missing dates filled in your journal.

2. Provides You Feedback

Tracking your workouts provides you with quantitative proof that you’re making progress in the gym. Most people just assume progress is just how quickly someone looses a few pounds. However if you keep track of your workouts and see the reps, sets and weights lifted in previous workouts to what you can do now, this just proves your body has got stronger and therefore progress has been made. 

3. Increases Motivation

Tracking your workouts with GymPad enables to look back at your previous workouts, your before photo, your previous measurement sheets and your previous fitness tests all of which are included in the GymPad. These will show you just how far you have come. This can boost your motivation and your need to keep going, at the toughest of times.

What benefit would you get by writing down more reps than you could actually do, or more weight than you can actually lift? There isn’t any, be truthful to yourself. By keeping a log of your workouts you will want to be honest with yourself so that you can look back through your workouts and see where your journey began to where you are currently.

4. Keeps You Honest

Tracking your workouts enables to you see when your progress starts to plateau with the current workouts that you are setting yourself. Seeing less and less progress written down in your workout journal will encourage you to change your goals up and make a change to your routine to push yourself, which is necessary in order to challenge the muscles and spark new growth.

5. Challenges You

6. Accomplishment 

Tracking your workouts enables you to have a log of the workouts you have completed in past to look back on and be proud of what you have managed to achieve over this period. 

7. Scheduling Time Off

Tracking your workouts will allow to you see how often you are training. Remember rest days are important for your muscles to repair and rebuild before you start training them again. 

8. Plan Ahead

How many times have you walked into the gym without a clear plan of what you wanted to train? By tracking your workouts you can tell which exercises work best for you and which don’t. By planning ahead you will cut out the wasted time of picking exercises in the gym rather than sticking to a plan that works for you. 

9. You Will Exercise Harder 

By planning and writing your workouts out yourself, you will be keen to not write a bad workout. Keeping a track of your workouts will allow you to mix and match the exercises that work for you and therefore you will train harder as you will enjoy your workout.

10. Client Record

By planning and writing your workouts out yourself, you will be keen to not write a bad workout. Keeping a track of your workouts will allow you to mix and match the exercises that work for you and therefore you will train harder as you will enjoy your workout.

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