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Exercise and Physical Activity Tracking Tools


Keeping track of your progress is a great way to stay motivated to exercise. Use these tracking tools to help stick to your exercise routine and see your progress!

Questions to ask yourself before getting started

Logging your exercise and physical activity

  • Activity Log: Find Your Starting Point (PDF, 904K)
    For a couple of weekdays and a weekend, write down how much time you are physically active. The goal is to find ways to increase your activity.
  • Activity Log: Monthly Progress Test (PDF, 675K)
    Track your progress from month-to-month with this worksheet. Take the tests, record your scores, and watch your progress.

Making a plan and setting goals

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For more information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
888-232-6348 (TTY)

President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition

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