Workout Charts

The materials here are free for both personal and commercial use by exercise and health professionals and facilities, but may not be republished or distributed on another web site or as part of any commercial product without my prior written permission.

Many of the charts, graphs, forms and worksheets require the free Adobe Acrobat reader to view. Click here to download the free Acrobat reader.

About the  Workout Charts

High Intensity Workout Chart 8x8x2bThese charts are designed to record the performance of high intensity training workouts which typically involve performing a single set of up to a dozen exercises.

Write the exercises to be performed in the far left column, along with settings if applicable.

Record the date of each workout and the weight and repetition count total or time under load for each exercise in the columns to the right.

I have included a second, unlabeled row under the row for the workout date. This can be used to record:

  • workout start time
  • workout duration
  • body weight
  • session number or trainer’s initials on a client’s or athlete’s chart

I have designed two versions of each chart, an A version with empty weight/rep boxes, and a B version with a diagonal line separating each box (weight goes in the upper left triangle, reps in the lower right) and a box in the upper right corner for recording the sequence if the workout is performed out of the written order.

I recommend printing workout charts on heavy card stock to better resist wrinkling and tearing and using a clipboard to make writing easier.

High Intensity Training Workout Charts

Basic High Intensity Training Workout Chart A: Twenty exercise rows and eight workout columns

Basic High Intensity Training Workout Chart B: Twenty exercise rows and eight workout columns with lined weight/rep boxes

8x8x2 High Intensity Training Workout Chart A: Two sets of eight exercise rows and eight workout columns

8x8x2 High Intensity Training Workout Chart B: Two sets of eight exercise rows and eight workout columns with lined weight/rep boxes

5x8x3 High Intensity Training Workout Chart A: Three sets of five exercise rows and eight workout columns

5x8x3 High Intensity Training Workout Chart B: Three sets of five exercise rows and eight workout columns with lined weight/rep boxes

New workout charts will be added periodically.

Requests and Custom Design Work

If you request a chart, graph or worksheet I think will be generally useful to readers I will design it when I have time. If you need something specifically for your gym, personal training studio, sports team or other group contact me at drew@baye.com

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8 Responses to Workout Charts

  1. Sam Bourque May 6, 2014 at 4:58 am #

    Hi, thanks for the free charts!

    What would be even better would be if there was a free(-ish) app that you could bring in the gym with you and punch in the data on the spot… it could also either shuffle the exercises, or suggest the order based on previous workout data… not to mention it could show graphs.

    • Drew Baye May 21, 2014 at 12:14 pm #

      Hey Sam,

      You’re welcome. I’m currently discussing the development of several training related apps with someone and hope to have something to announce by the end of summer.

  2. Joe May 19, 2014 at 11:50 am #

    Great forms! Thanks for creating them and offering them for download. One thought on another version might be to have space on the forms for cadence and time under load. Just a suggestions.

    Thanks,
    Joe

    • Drew Baye May 19, 2014 at 9:10 pm #

      Thanks Joe,

      The charts are due for an update and I will incorporate that in the new designs.

  3. Anibal Lopez September 20, 2014 at 3:12 am #

    Hi Drew

    Altho I have designed a workout sheet, I found yours to be much better and exactly what I have been trying to design, good job, and thank you for the free download. All the best to you with your book.

    Anibal Lopez

    • Drew Baye September 21, 2014 at 12:01 pm #

      Thanks Anibal,

      I’m glad you like them!

  4. Gyu October 13, 2014 at 7:20 am #

    Hi Drew!

    Thank you for all your resources out there,

    they are enormously beneficial to a newbie like me :)

    Oh, one thing about your Basic training charts A and B,

    I do not know of as to why the charts should look messy with one overlapping the other.

    Is there anything wrong with the chart?

    Thanks :)

    • Drew Baye October 13, 2014 at 9:36 pm #

      Gyu,

      You’re welcome, and thanks for letting me know about the overlapping problem. Could you tell me what program you are using to view and print the charts?

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