There are apps to help you track your food intake and measurements, but I know some people like to track their progress with old-school paper and pen. Here are my personal 21 Day Fix printable tools for you to download and use for yourself.
The 21 Day Fix nutrition and weight loss program has been a successful way for me to monitor what I eat during the day. Using colored containers, you make sure to eat the appropriate amount of protein, veggies, fruits, healthy carbs, and fats.
If you’re looking for the best 21 Day Fix recipes, you’ve come to the right place. You can find my most recent 21 Day Fix approved recipes with container counts right here. I also have a ton of informational and tips and tricks posts for those on the 21 Day Fix. Here are a few:
- What are artificial sweeteners? The basics about artificial sweeteners and why you should avoid them while doing the 21 Day Fix
- Is this 21 Day Fix approved? How to tell if something in your grocery store or pantry is 21 Day Fix approved.
- If you’re struggling to get a certain color container in every day, these recipe collections might help. I have one for each color container, and they can all be found right here:
21 Day Fix Recipes: The BEST and BIGGEST collection of 21 Day Fix recipes on the internet.
What is the 21 Day Fix?
The 21 Day Fix is a nutrition program from Beachbody. It takes the guesswork out of macro eating by labeling each food category (macro) with a colored container.
The 21 Day Fix can stand alone as a nutrition program, or you can also do the 21 Day Fix workout DVDs. You can find more information about the 21 Day Fix and the workouts right here.
How do I use a 21 Day Fix Printable Meal PlannerMeal Tracker?
I like to add my dinners into the planner first, since they’re so difficult to plan (with a family). Then I fill in lunches, breakfasts, and snacks. I cross off each container as I plan for it so I know that I’ve gotten them all in and not gone over for the day.
When should I take my 21 Day Fix measurements?
Definitely take measurements before starting any Beachbody program, including the 21 Day Fix. Take pictures, too! So many people avoid this because they don’t want to be upset about where they’re starting, but it is so important for comparison later.
Comparing measurements and pictures from day one to day 21 is so inspiring–you’re going to be glad you did it!
How do I use these free 21 Day Fix printables?
First, bookmark this post so you can come back and print more as you need them!
I like to print these worksheets at the beginning of every round:
- Printable Meal Planner/Tracker
- Printable Measurement Tracker
- Planner Stickers
- Pocket Sized Container Tracker
The printable meal trackers can be kept in a binder for future reference. If you lost a ton of weight in a certain round and want to replicate that, you could look back at what you ate during that round.
The measurement trackers can be kept in a binder to refer to later as well. Add the start and end dates, along with what round the measurements were taken. A round is 21 days of the 21 day fix.
The planner stickers are a lifesaver for anyone who uses a paper planner and wants to keep track of their containers throughout the day! Print these on sticker paper and cut them out carefully. These are probably my favorite printable!
The pocket sized container checklist is great for anyone who can’t carry around a planner, their phone, or a purse all day. I originally made them for one of my readers who was a nurse–she wanted to be able to keep track of her containers while on the go!
The updated 21 Day Fix food list is made from all of the written and verbal updates to the program. You can read about all of the updates here, and you can read more about the food list and why I created it here.
Seriously, a TON of resources for you! The 21 Day Fix has become more a way of life for me at this point. I follow my containers daily and have found what works for me. It’s not a 21 day thing for me anymore!