Conquer your health and fitness goals with these free printable bullet journal weight loss pages, including weight loss trackers, measurements tracker, motivational quotes page, and a year in workouts page.
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I recently posted a photo to Instagram that got a lot of attention. It’s a photo of my Year of Workouts spread. Have you heard of a Year in Pixels? Well, it has a similar concept. Except, instead of coloring in the spaces corresponding to your mood, you color them in for the workouts you did. Want to talk about motivation?
We’re about 2/3 the way through January as I write this post, and I have only missed 4 days of workouts. This might be my best month EVER.
After posting the picture, I got a lot of requests for a printable version of the spread. And because I love creating pages you guys want and will use, I did it! I made the tracker. But I couldn’t stop at just one page. So, I’ve put together a 5-page weight loss printable for you guys. You’re welcome to use what you like and leave out the pages you aren’t fond of.
Printable Bullet Journal Weight Loss Pages
The first page is a weight loss tracker. The idea is that you add stickers corresponding to how many pounds or kilograms you want to lose to the “To-Go” jar. Then, as you lose weight, you can transfer the stickers to the “Lost” jar. I recommend these small 1/4″ round stickers. They are very affordable, you can write on them, and they are removable.
The second page in the printable pack is another weight loss tracker. This one has 20 stars you can fill in with weight. You could designate one star per pound, per 5 pounds, etc. Then, as you achieve each mini-goal, you can color in the stars.
The third page is for you to write down motivational quotes you find on Pinterest or Instagram. I personally love saving quotes to my phone when I find them and then transferring them to my journal later on.
The fourth page is a body measurements tracker. Track your neck, arms, bust, waist, hips, and calves. There are three columns for each body part. You can label these however you like. You could do starting, ending, and then inches lost. Or, you can label this for three months worth of measurements. Honestly, any way you want to track your body measurements can work with this page.
The last page of the printable is a recreation of a spread in my 2018 bullet journal. This is A Year of Workouts Spread. The idea is that you will create a key for different kinds of workouts or exercise classes you do. In mine, I have yoga, cardio, strength, running, other, and no-workout. Then, you color code each of your items and fill in each day with what workout you did. At the end of the year, you will be able to see your workout pattern, how dedicated you were, and what workouts you did the most of.
How to Print and Use
The printable bullet journal weight loss pages are in PDF form. If you don’t have a program to open PDFs on your computer, you can download Adobe Reader for FREE, here. There are 5 pages and they are A5 size. You can print them out on standard US Letter or A4 paper and then cut them to size.
If you regularly use printables, I suggest getting a straight edge cutter like this one. It has been a massive time saver for me, and it’s paid for itself with all the time and frustration it saved me.
After printing and cutting out your pages, you can either use glue or washi tape to secure your pages into your bullet journal. If you have a three-ring binder, you can hole-punch the left-hand side of the page. To secure pages into your journal, I recommend this adhesive from Tombow. It doesn’t make a mess and your pages won’t bubble after adhering them to your pages.