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Yearly Workout Trackers For Your Bullet Journal

Do you know that there are so many yearly Bullet Journal page ideas out there? Today we’ll be talking about one of these pages, a yearly workout tracker.

Committing to something for a year seems scary, but it is easier than you think, and you get a lot of benefits out of it as well.

In this post, you’ll learn a bit about yearly trackers, get inspirations for creating your own tracker, and finally, you’ll also find a list of printable yearly trackers you can use.

Having a yearly tracker can be quite a commitment. But it has some benefits to offer:

  • Set it up just once, and it lasts for a year
  • Keep you motivated the entire year
  • See your progress in a yearly overview

The key to succeeding with a yearly tracker is to pick something that would not be too much of a change and increase it gradually.

Thankfully, you don’t actually have to keep the same habit all year; you can change it up a little bit.

For example, when it comes to workouts, you can start by tracking that you walk 10k steps a day and then slowly add other types of workouts to the tracker. You’ll see some examples of that below.

But before that, I think you might want to check these two posts:

Now, let’s talk about supplies.

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Supplies For Creating A Yearly Workout Tracker

You don’t need much to create a yearly habit tracker. In fact, you might not even need a journal for that – you might want to use a notepad and stick the tracker somewhere where you’ll constantly see it.

But here are some supplies I think you might find useful:

  • Fineliner. You’ll need a good pen for drawing the table for the tracker. These are my favorites.
  • Ruler. Another thing you definitely need for all the tables for your tracker. I really love how this one looks.
  • Markers. You’ll need color to fill out your trackers. You can technically do it with patterns, but I always find that it’s easier to visually understand the tracker if you use colors. If you don’t have anything, just get these amazing and affordable markers.

Ok, you have your supplies assembled, time to get inspired by these pages.

Yearly Workout Tracker Ideas

If you're ready to commit to a healthier year in your life - these trackers are for you! They are so fun to create and what I love about them is that you can actually follow the same format but use it for anything other.

Like a yearly mood tracker, or maybe trying another habit, like daily meditation.

Well, let's look into the trackers.

If you’re looking for more ideas, be sure to check my post with Health And Fitness Bullet Journal Page Ideas. And for more things you can track yearly, my post Bullet Journal Yearly Tracker Ideas.

But what if you want a yearly tracker but don’t really have time to do one in your Bullet Journal?

You just have to use printables, of course! So here are several I found online that I’m sure you will love.

Printable Yearly Workout Trackers

There are so many different printables out there; I'm sure you'll find here the one that you'll love.

Not all of these are actually A5 size, but you can definitely resize them when printing. If you want to know how just check my post on How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.

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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob!

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