I truly believe that our success starts and ends with our health. So as a new year starts (I have decided I’ll follow the Chinese lunar calendar and start my 2019 in February!), it’s time to pay more attention to my body and set health and fitness goals. Of course with a help of my Bullet Journal.

After a period of thinking and research, I came up with these 11 health and fitness Bullet Journal page ideas. I’m sure these will be perfect to keep you on track, motivated and develop better living habits.

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Of course, it all starts from setting up your goals first, I personally use “Level 10 Life” for that. Even though level 10 life isn’t exactly all about health and fitness, it really allows you to get a bird’s eye view of your life and to decide what is it you want for your health.

My goals – to become just a bit healthier. Maybe choose a carrot instead of a chocolate. And definitely to get a habit of a small workout daily.

My motivation – first of all, I want to have a long and healthy life together with my hubby. He really is my greatest motivation! Second – I might be meeting my in-law family for the first time this year and I’m damned if I won’t be in the best shape of my life!

What are yours? Share with us all in the comments below!

So let’s get to it and see what other spreads you (and me) can use to have a healthier life and fulfill your fitness goals.

Measurements Tracker

The first thing to do when you set your fitness goals is to have a measurements tracker.

 
 
 
 
 
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Sometimes the changes are pretty subtle and aren’t that obvious, so this tracker will help you see the progress of your journey and stay motivated.

Annual Workout Tracker

Ready to commit – time to get a yearly workout tracker.

 
 
 
 
 
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I don’t usually like yearly trackers, because my personal habits change pretty often. Meaning that once a new habit becomes a part of my everyday routine, I stop tracking it and switch my attention to the next one. Or I might just find out that this habit isn’t really something I want in my life. It’s kind of a lottery.

However, staying healthy and working out can be a whole year goal. It’s really something I’m committed to doing, and I think having a yearly tracker will help to stay even more motivated. You know how it works, I’m sure you will want to color all the boxes!

Monthly Healthy Habits Tracker

I bet your monthly track isn’t just your health habits, but a bunch of other things (if you’re not sure what else to track – check out my list of 155+ things to track in your Bullet Journal).

 
 
 
 
 
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An interesting idea would be to have a separate tracker with just health related habits. When I used this tracker, it really allowed me to focus on my health goals and see the progress.

Workout Plan

The first step to any goal is to have a plan. Fitness goals aren’t an exception.

 
 
 
 
 
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Create diets or workout plans, depending on your goals. The important thing here is to start small – don’t try to start from no gym to gym every day for 30 minutes. I tried that and it worked for maybe a week or two.

Running Tracker

Jogging is my favorite way to exercise! I know I know, I haven’t been jogging for ages by now, but in this case it’s really a matter of environment conditions, so don’t judge me too harshly.

 
 
 
 
 
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For real joggers (or jogging enthusiasts) though, I’d totally suggest to have a jogging tracker. It’s a great push to drag your ass outside every morning. And such a satisfaction to see how far you’re gone already!

Yoga Poses

Yoga is a perfect practice for your fitness goals and mental health. So here is a fun page you can do with some of your favorite yoga routines!

 
 
 
 
 
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For me this page was something like a reminder on why I do yoga and how important it is for me to keep up and not slack off.

What would making a page like this mean for you?

Health Challenges

Another way to keep yourself active is to participate in different health challenges. Wonderful Bullet Journalist and fitness enthusiast Erin from The Petite Planner came up with an idea for a year of health challenges and this amazing spread. Maybe it’s that push you have been waiting for!

 
 
 
 
 
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Don’t worry thought, you don’t have to commit yourself to a whole year of challenges, feel free to just start with one at a time.

Motivation page

We all need some motivation sometimes. For me, personally, keeping up with my fitness goals is the hardest thing to do, so I’m craving for something motivational all the time!

 
 
 
 
 
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Create a special page to remind yourself how amazing life will be when you achieve your goals. And of course always remember why you set the goal. For me I realized that I want to be healthy for the life I share with my hubby. So every time I feel like skipping, I remember my why and drag my butt to a yoga mat.

Meal plan

Working out is great, but it’s easy to lose all the result if you’re not careful on what you eat. I’m not saying you must go on a diet or anything, but I’m sure most of us want to generally eat healthier.

 
 
 
 
 
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The first step to healthy eating, I think, is to create a meal plan. Without a plan it’s just a wish. One more spread you can add to your bujo is a meal plan. You can create a separate weekly meal plan, or you can add your daily meals to your daily log. Alternatively you can just create a master list of healthy foods and just choose daily something from there. All depends on what works best for you!

Sleep tracker

Sleep is one of the core things in our health, so having a sleep tracker can be very beneficial. I had mine to track what are my sleeping patterns, how do they define my moods and productivity and finally how I need to change them.

 
 
 
 
 
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A really great idea would be to use your sleep log with some other tracker, like maybe moods, energy or productivity tracker. So you can figure out what’s the best sleeping pattern for you.

Symptoms Conditions

Health and fitness aren’t only about creating better living habits, it’s also about dealing with the existing conditions you have. Thanks to these tracking spreads you can monitor yourself. That can give you some understanding on what factors influence your conditions and how you can change your life to make it easier to deal with it.

 
 
 
 
 
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And it’s really not just about health conditions, it can be (and in many cases it is) about mental state as well. It’s extremely useful to write down all of these changes in your BuJo.

What are you health and fitness goals or problems? How do you use your BuJo to help you with it? Share with us in the comments below!

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