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When you start exercising it is a good idea to keep a daily log of your training. The diary does not have to take any special form. A simple notebook is sufficient, with a page or half page dedicated to each day. The following are some of the items that might be included in the daily entries: date weight resting pulse training targets training location actual training achieved comments (e.g. how you felt; see perceived exertion).The diary will enable you to monitor your progress and set new training goals.

date

weight

resting pulse

training targets

training location

actual training achieved

comments (e.g. how you felt; see perceived exertion).

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