CrossFit Journal: Our Top Picks
A CrossFit journal is a necessity for keeping track of your daily workouts. By using a CrossFit journal, you can make sure that every exercise you do in every workout is counting towards your ultimate goal of getting into better shape.
Sure, you can use an app on your phone but do you really want to be typing stuff into that when your hands are all dirty and sweaty? Not to mention that you’ll probably be worried about breaking it when you’re doing some serious jumping, running, climbing or lifting. Another bonus of using pen and paper is that it’s super easy to jot down any notes that you’d like for future reference.
The old pen and paper makes the best choice for a CrossFit journal. Although you could use an old notebook, the better choice is a specialized CrossFit journal. They’re well-organized, easy to use and will help you measure your progress more easily. Keep reading for our recommendations for the best CrossFit journals out there!
The Ultimate CrossFit WOD Journal is our top pick for a CrossFit journal. The journal is divided into nine sections including things like Benchmark WODs, Daily Wods, Personal Records, etc. Each section has a tab on the side for easy reference.
“This journal is so well-organized and it’s exactly what I wanted it to be.”
Out of all the CrossFit journals on the market today, this one gets our top pick because of how user-friendly it is. We can’t recommend it enough! It also makes a great gift for the CrossFitter in your life because not only is it functional, but it’s nice looking as well!
The Workout Log also makes a nice choice for CrossFit journal. Instead of being hardcover, it’s spiral-bound. But, as far as the actual functionality of this popular journal goes, it’s nearly identical. It’s been around since 1994 and has a whole host of dedicated users.
“The book is well-made and stands up to some abuse. The layout is simple, but flexible enough to suit many types of people.”
It’s nothing flashy, but it does exactly what it’s intended to do. There is a total of 180 pages in the book, which allows you to enter up to 15 exercises for a total of six reps. In short, it should be suitable for just about any CrossFitter out there!
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