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I would like to keep track of my exercise programs, DVDS that I do on a daily basis,

I'd like to track how I feel, what I felt needs improvement, moods

Then I would like to see them in a month's view to see which DVDs I used the most and how I felt using it.

any way to do something like this?

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Hi. Welcome to the forums. There has been so much written about tracking things. I wouldn't know where to start. Did you do a search?

Here's one.

I've even got a related template on my site.

http://www.princeton.edu/~cmayo/template.html

If you did a search and could not find the answers, could you be more specific about your question? Anyhow, good luck with the fitness regimen!

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Thank you very much grumpy monkey. I wouldn't know which words to put in a search. I do so much appreciate the help. I'm very new to Evernote. I don't even know how to use it so I appreciate the direction.

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No worries. Some of the words in that thread should help. "Fitness," "tracking," "journal," "diary," and combinations of words like this with words in the threads you find will turn up rich treasure troves of information the likes of which even Smaug himself would envy. Well, maybe not that much :)

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I add strength training as a cardio, but I feel that the estimate is really... really high. As far as calories burned during lifting, I'm on the verge of picking up a HRM to get a much closer estimate.

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Cardio workout is perfect for fitness and also good for increasing strngth. For getting any kind of training it is best to join a gym. If you want to lose weight or need good training then come and join our boot camp today.

Brienshamp gym

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