How I Stay Accountable // Workout Schedule


Working out isn’t always easy. But I find a clear plan of my week helps me stay on track.

I keep myself accountable by using a blackboard that’s hung in my room. I can plan what workouts I’m going to do and tick them off as I complete them.

Ticking them off is oh so satisfying, too. 

It’s not hard to create and you can lay them out how you want.

I have an extra box down the side where I can put extra notes. Things like my weight, measurements, or if there’s an event I’m attending that week.

This board holds 8 weeks worth of workouts. It’s so easy to see what I need to get done.


Down the side, I have my favourite quote that I read when I’m lacking motivation.

Never give up on a dream because of the time it takes to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway.

No quote has ever inspired me as much. It helps me think to myself that if it takes a year to get my arms toned up, then that’s okay. Because a year will pass whether I do it or not, and I’d rather have toned arms in a year than wish I had stuck to my goals.


How do you stay accountable?


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  • Sarah

    I love this. WAY back when, I used to have a crappy page a day diary that I would use to write down what I needed to do each day, from exercise to uni work, sorting out my bedroom or things I needed to buy. I’m not sure why I stopped keeping it actually, I could certainly do with it right about now.

    I’ve found the best way of keeping myself accountable when it comes to fitness is by telling other people what I’m planning on doing/working on as they will ask me about it at some point and I don’t want to have to tell them i didn’t do it!

    Sarah 🙂
    Saloca in Wonderland

    • Corinne

      Haha, they say ‘sweat’ and ‘sculpt’, they’re the name of the cardio and weight workouts I was during during the P90!

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