Walking Log

Recording your walks is a good way to maintain a schedule, track your progress, and set goals for yourself. Our walking log allows you to track where you’re walking, how long you’re walking for, as well as how you feel and how much effort you are using. To learn how to calculate the intensity (RPE = rating of perceived exertion), please see the Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion Scale.

Day Surface
(e.g., treadmill, outdoors)
Length Workout Description Intensity (RPE 6-20) How I Felt
Monday treadmill 30 min constant speed
(speed=2.5 mph, incline=0 %)
RPE 1 no fatigue or discomfort
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Last Reviewed: November, 2016


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