High Intensity Training (HIT) Enthusiasts Now Have a Journal Designed to Chart Their Weight Training Workouts

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High Intensity Training is a safe, logical weight training system based on overload, progression and rest. You must document your weight and reps to ensure overload and progression is being attempted for every training session.

"Charting weights and reps is a logical must, it gives you a definite goal to push beyond your last workout."

HIT Charting Journals is the publisher of the original weight training journal dedicated to High Intensity Training, also referred to as HIT.

Also included is an article from Gary Bannister's book, In Arthur's Shadow, in reference to the inventor of Nautilus and MedX equipment and the godfather of high intensity training Arthur Jones. He brought this training style to the masses in the 1970's after many years of research including the famous Colorado Experiment with Casey Viator and the West Point Study.

Here is what are some of the high intensity training industry leaders saying about HIT Charting Journals:

"That which gets measured improves, and the HIT Charting Journal is an excellent way to document your workouts, nutrition and recovery to maximize your progress. I fully endorse the HIT Charting Journal and believe it is an effective tool that will help you achieve your training goals." Dave Durell, MS, CCS, PTA

"Recording your performance is the only real way to guarantee your fitness success. HIT Charting Journals allows you to do this including monitoring your body measurements and body fat levels as well." Chris Lutz, Master Trainer

Inside the HIT Charting Journals:

-Monthly Exercise Planning Calendar
-Frequency and Taper Guideline Chart-with permission by Ellington Darden, Ph.D. from his book, The New High Intensity Training.
-Charting Acronym Glossary-with permission from Drew Baye
-Weight Training Charts
-Circumference Measurement Chart
-Body Fat % Charts            
-Business/Fitness Card File

Customized HIT Charting Journals are also available to promote your training business.
Bulk discounts to trainers.

HIT Charting Journals
Contact: Roger Pozeznik
269-344-9624 (est)

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