11 Free Printable Fitness Trackers

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Looking for free Bullet Journal printables to help you reach your health and fitness goals? You’re in the right place!

As we all strive to keep our fitness goals on track, having the right tools can make a world of difference. That’s where fitness tracker printables come in handy—they’re not just a stylish addition to your Bullet Journal but also a practical way to monitor your progress, set realistic goals, and stay motivated.

In this post, I’ve gathered a collection of amazing, free fitness tracker printables created by talented individuals. Each one is designed to help you achieve your fitness aspirations, whether you’re aiming to run your first 5K, maintain a daily yoga practice, or simply track your water intake.

Let’s dive in and find the perfect fitness tracker printable free of charge to support your journey!

Printables are a fantastic way to create pages in your journal in half the time. Think of them as your shortcut to a beautifully organized journal without the fuss!

They’re also great for experimenting with new layouts—because let’s be honest, sometimes we just need to shake things up.

Now, let’s talk about those health and fitness goals. We all know they’re not easy to achieve. Trust me, I’ve been there, trying to keep track of workouts and water intake on top of everything else.

If you can get some help—even just a little—it’s absolutely worth it. That’s where these printables come in. Using them allows you to try out different formats of fitness trackers until you find the one that clicks with you.

So go ahead, give these printables a try. They might just become your new best friend in the world of Bullet Journaling!

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How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal

Using printables in your Bullet Journal is a lot simpler than it sounds! A detailed post with a video tutorial is included at the end of the post.

But in just two words – it’s all about making sure that printable fits in your journal. If the printable is already an A5 size (the usual size for a Bullet Journal notebook), you’re golden. If not, just make sure you toggle printing settings to A5.

However, there are several supplies that you can use to help you with the process and make sure your final result looks its best.

So, buckle up, because I’m about to spill the beans on a few tried-and-tested recommendations::

  • High-quality printing paper. Especially if you’re planning to use any markers on your printables, you need to have a high-quality paper. Otherwise, it will damage your pens. I prefer using HP Premium Paper.
  • Paper cutter. You can definitely just use scissors, but I find that you always get cleaner cuts if you use a paper cutter like this Firbon paper cutter.
  • Corner rounder. I find that most journals have rounded corners, so it would be a fun idea to cut your printables the same way. You can do it yourself with a pair of sewing scissors like I do, but I would recommend using a corner rounder instead.

You really only need good paper and a pair of scissors, but if you want more, get these. It’s really a great investment if you’re planning on using a lot of printables, plus they all are pretty affordable.

With that clarified, let’s look at the printables.

Free Printable Fitness Trackers

I've done my best to find al sorts of health and fitness trackers that will help you reach your wellness goals. And each of them is created by a different person, so you'll see different styles and designs, among which I'm sure you'll fidn the one for you.

Let's dive in!

Free Bullet Journal Printables

Again, before you leave, I wanted to remind you to go to the Resources Vault and get your printables.

If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.

It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.

More Resources

Are you looking for more ideas on how to use your Bullet Journal to reach your goals? Or maybe just generally more free printables? I’ve got you covered!

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>>> What other printables would you like to find? Let us know in the comments!

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