Free Printable / December 1, 2018 / Leticia Stanton
This log is also a way to monitor your fitness routines. Looking back to see what is working and what is not gives you the ability to adapt and change in order to taylor your workouts which will lead to improvement and maximum results. Monitoring your workouts can help you to have quality workouts resulting in a more beneficial workout. Using an exercise log is a great way to take control of your workouts. Taking control helps you feel as if you can obtain your desired results. A free printable exercise log can be used by anyone who would like to keep track of their workouts. These logs can be use by the more experience person to the novice who has just begun their workout routines. These logs can benefit everyone. These exercise logs can be an inspirational tool that can help you to focus and stay motivated to achieve. These logs can also be an inspirational tool for others. Your friends and family can look at your log and see your trials and accomplishments and become inspired to continue with their fitness goals.
Now if you like working with numbers and letters then Big Sudoku is your game! The object of this version of Sudoku is to fill each empty cell so that every column every row and every 4x4 box contains the digits 0-9 and the letters A-F. There are free printable Sudoku puzzles available for both Big Sudoku and Giant Sudoku. If you crave something extremely challenging then Magic Sudoku might be for you. It is a variation of the original Sudoku. There are some new rules/restrictions in this version of Sudoku. Just as in the original Sudoku the cells contain the numbers 1 to 9 without repetition.
However with Magic Sudoku this concept applies to the diagonal instead of top to bottom and across. Each "Quadrant" has only a number. Also each game has special rows that are colored. The value of the numbers in these cells is lower or equal "as the number of colored cells in every quadrant". There are also free printable Sudoku puzzles available for children. These Sudoku puzzles have at least two levels. Level One puzzles require that a number between 1 and 4 be placed in each empty cell so that every row every column and every 2x2 box contains all of the numbers from 1 to 4. For the Level Two puzzles the numbers 1 to 6 are placed in each empty cell so that every row every column and every 2x3 box contains all of the numbers from 1 to 6.