Aspire to Be the Best Version of You
Do you dream of being #swimsuitready 365 days a year? Do you have that friend who constantly reminds you that you should make fitness a priority in your life, because they’ve chosen a healthier lifestyle? They go to spin class at 5am, drink 8 cups of water a day, and avoid sugar, dairy, and wheat. And if you’re really being honest with yourself, you’re a little envious. Every time that you start a new fitness regimen, whether it is a New Year’s resolution or an impending vacation, it’s been so hard to stay motivated to accomplish your goals. But not anymore...
Reaching your fitness goals won’t be easy, but it is no longer impossible with the new 2019-20 fitness planner. With a July 2019 to June 2020 academic date range, use your new monthly weekly planner as a food and fitness journal to keep track of all your meals and workout activities. A daily fitness log will help you remember which days to schedule cardio, various muscle groups, and strength training. At the end of each week you’ll also have a section to reflect on your weekly fitness goals and learnings. You’ll be inspired to keep going each month with a motivational quote and a monthly goals check-in to see how much you’ve achieved. So, if you’re thinking about reinventing yourself for the new school year, or just want to get fit for summer vacation, you’ve never had a better reason to start today!
The 2019-20 Fitness Planner
Features and Highlights
Each month of your fitness planner starts with a motivational quote such as “Your Only Limit Is You” and “Believe In Yourself” to keep you inspired all year long.
Durable laminated tabs mark each month of your planner, while a snap-in ruler/bookmark marks your current week.
Weekly layouts of this compact planner allow you to track your daily water intake, meal planning, and total calories.
Weekly views allow you to check the type of fitness you accomplish each day, so you remember which days you focus on legs versus cardio.
Included in your weekly layout, you can log your weekly fitness goals with thought starter questions such as: “Things I need to do more often.”
Use the Monthly Check-In section to reflect on your monthly fitness goals to manage your progress.