"Trainings-Log / Workout-Log" - Klaus Arndt & Dr. Judd Biasiotto
Your training diary for successful bodybuilding.
The most important tool of all professional bodybuilders
The Novagenics training log has been specially developed for bodybuilders. It allows to quickly enter a variety of important data; that saves time.
The clear page structure makes it easier to record all training and nutritional data, nutritional supplements and rest periods.
The training log enables the following data to be recorded: type, time and calorie content of meals with recording of protein, carbohydrate and fat calories; how and when you take your supplements; the nature and length of your rest periods; waist circumference, body weight and body fat percentage values; timing, duration, and amount of strength training with exact reps and weights per set; remarks on the day; Type, duration and intensity of aerobic exercise.
With lists of abbreviations, meals, supplements and notes. You can see at a glance what you have used and what has been achieved. In this way, training or nutrition can be corrected quickly. The training log has a stable ring binding for tough use in the gym and contains precise instructions (bilingual edition, German and English).
The Novagenics training log opens up a wide range of training control options for you
Some examples of how famous bodybuilders use a training journal:
Mike Mentzer, one of the bodybuilders who became famous for their incredible muscle mass: "...I believe that the time it takes to reach your full potential can be drastically reduced by keeping a training journal ...". Mentzer has been writing down everything that has to do with his training since 1978: nutrition, supplements and all training activities. He sees the particular advantage in being able to access data from previous competitions when preparing for a competition: ".. "So I know exactly what to eat each day and how to train to get in a certain shape in a certain amount of time." (Mike Mentzer: Heavy Duty Journal, Dingman\'s Printing Co., Marina del Ray, USA).
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the most popular bodybuilder of all time, writes in his "Big Bodybuilding Book": "...keeping a training diary for a long time was extremely beneficial to my development..." At the beginning of the month, Schwarzenegger always took the time to review his Schedule training 30 days ahead. He specified training days, body parts to be trained and exercises. He regularly took measurements of biceps, thighs, waist, neck and shoulder width to check progress (formerly published by Heyne-Verlag; no longer published).
Clarence Bass, columnist for the US magazine "Muscle & Fitness", as a bodybuilder and author of several books a role model for training and nutrition, only enters exercises, sets and planned number of repetitions in his training log book directly before the start of the training. He stops during the training strictly adheres to this specification. After each exercise, he notes the weight and the repetitions actually performed in his training diary and already sets his goals for the next time. The advantages for Clarence Bass are obvious: "...I have to during the. I don\'t stop during training and think about what I want to do next, nor guess what my next training will be like..." (Clarence Bass: The Lean Advantage 2, Ripped Enterprises, Albuquerque, USA 1989).
Frank Zane, three-time Mr. Olympia and a perfectionist known for his razor-sharp definition in competitions, has been keeping a journal of his training for more than 30 years. He divides it into phases whose intensity is constantly changing. Despite many years of training, he always manages to make visible progress. (Robert Kennedy: Beef It, Sterling Publishing Co., New York 1983).
The book contains detailed instructions for use; the remaining pages contain masks for entering personal data.
- 150 pages