I’ve been planning to start the Power 90 Master Series workout and I wanted to print out a one page size calendar that I could hang on my wall to help me keep track of what workout I’m supposed to do each day. I found the schedule on the Beachbody message boards, but I could not find a calendar anywhere. I tried downloading a few calendar templates and I actually did find a nice blank printable pdf calendar that I printed out and wrote in the workouts, etc. But then I got this nasty cold and was not able to start the program yesterday like I wanted to – all my hard work writing in the workouts, color coding, etc was wasted! So I decided to create my own little calendar using Excel and my very next thought was that I might not be the only person out there looking for such a thing, and I decided to make something that could be downloaded, modified and used by anyone. The spreadsheet has a tab for both the standard Master Series program and the lean program discussed in this thread on the Beachbody message boards.
It’s not anything fancy: it won’t calculate your body fat percentage and it won’t tell you what to eat each day; it won’t show you any graphs of your progress and it doesn’t give you a page where you can insert a picture. What it does do is allow you to enter your start date, it calculates your end date, and it helps you stay on track and remember what workout to do today. Best of all it’s completely free. Use it, modify it, do whatever you want to with it. I do ask that you leave the small url (www.getfitwithgrav.com) in the lower right footer. Also, if you modify it and make it 10 times more cool, send me a link or a copy so I can check it out. Enjoy!
I think my next project will be to do one for P90X and P90X+. So stay tuned.
Instructions: Download the Excel spreadsheet (it does NOT use any macros or VBA code, only a few simple formulas, and it’s only 49kb) found here. Enter your starting date in the “Enter Start Date” field. The calendar days and days of the week will automatically be updated. Save it. Print it. Hang it on your wall and start pushing play!