What is your fitness goal? Do you want to lose weight? How about build some muscle? Are you wanting to get stronger?Whatever your goals are, using a log helps you achieve them. Food logs and training logs give you a look at what is working and what isn’t working. It’s time to stop being lazy, maintain a log, and hold yourself accountable. That is, if you want to actually achieve your goals. If you like to pretend and say “this doesn’t work” or “I just can’t lose weight and I don’t know why,” then this article isn’t for you. But, if you’re ready to give up the excuses and start making progress towards your goal, read below.

5 Reasons You Should Log Your Food and Training

Below are five reasons you absolutely need a log. Trust me, you can only “wing it” so far — the rest comes from consistency. If you aren’t consistent with what you eat and how you train, you cannot expect consistent results.

1.) A Log Shows Progression or Lack Thereof

Weight Loss

Writing your calorie intake daily shows you what works and what doesn’t. Have you been stuck at the same weight for a while? Refusing to log what you’ve eaten keeps you guessing if all of this hard work will pay off. Lose Weight

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