If you're here looking for a blank weight lifting chart to keep track of your weightlifting workouts…
You've found the right place.
Recording your progress for your weight training is one of the most important things you can do.
You must ensure you are making progress each and every workout. If you're not making progress, then you're not doing something right.
That is just one aspect of the WLC System and how it works so well. You record your progress. If your progress slows, you make changes to get you back on track. With the WLC System, you are always learning more about your body and making progress.
Blank Weight Lifting Chart Download Instructions
Download your free copy of Weight Lifting Complete's blank weightlifting chart below…
Download Instructions: The file you will be downloading will be in zip format. Most of you will know what a zip file is, but for those that don't, a zip file is simply a file that has been compressed into a smaller file size. You can unzip the file and turn it into its original format, which is a spreadsheet file.
Use Microsoft Excel to open or the free Open Office that you can download and install for free. You need a good spreadsheet program for tracking your weightlifting progress anyway.
Right click on the download link below and to the left and save target as. This will allow you to save the file to your computer for future use.
Free Weight Lifting Chart Download Here: Blank Weightlifting Chart
Right click on link above. Choose save target as or save link as. Then choose a location on your computer to save the file.
You Can Print the Blank Weight Lifting Chart and Take With You to the Gym
The blank chart is ready for print. It is organized on a single sheet so you can take it with you to the gym.
The blank weight lifting chart that you now have in your possession is organized so you can do up to 12 different exercises in a workout and 5 sets each exercise.
I do not recommend that you fill that chart up each and every workout or even one workout for that matter. I've provided you with more exercises and more sets than you need for building muscle. Just so you never run out of room.
I usually recommend between 15 and 25 sets total for any given workout and sometimes even less. Some people can handle more volume than others, so I've given those people the space they need with this blank weightlifting chart.
If you're looking for good workout programs or weightlifting programs, check out the WLC System.
Good luck with your weightlifting chart, and please let us know if we can help you with anything.
Why You Need to Record Your Weightlifting Workouts…
You must keep track of your weight training workouts. You need to record the amount of weight you are lifting for each set along with the number of reps completed.
It also helps to take down any notes that might help you select the correct weight for the next workout.
In order to make progress, you MUST increase the weight over the course of a weight training program.
If you start out in Week 1 with 135 pounds on an exercise and you end in week 12 with 335 pounds on that exercise, you will make amazing progress.
The scenario above is the KEY to building muscle. If you can increase the weight from workout to workout, you will make amazing progress. So take the blank weight lifting chart on this page and ensure you are increasing weight lifting each workout.
If you need a weight lifting program intelligently designed to help you easily increase the weight each workout, you need to get a copy of the WLC System and read about the strategies we employ within this powerful muscle building and fat burning system.
It works for anyone and everyone. All you have to do is follow the guidelines and work hard. That's it.
Enjoy the blank weight lifting chart and put it to good use. Watch the weight you are lifting increase rapidly when using the WLC System, and you'll see your body change quickly!