I do most of my workouts in my own home gym. It’s cheaper, it’s convenient and sometimes it’s kind of cluttered. Here’s a good way to organize your Tabata workouts so you can always find the one you want, when you want it.
Post-it notes aren’t just for the office. My hubby works with personal trainers from One-on-One Fitness. He gets Tabata work-out ideas from them. I like to search for mine on You Tube. (Check out my facebook page for a new Tabata video each Tuesday.) We write each Tabata workout on a post-it note. Then we post it on the wall in our home-gym basement. When it’s Tabata day, we choose one that is posted on the wall, put it on the coffee table so we can refer to it as we work out. When we’re done, we post it back to the wall. It’s ready to go the next time we need it. It’s easy to do, it’s convenient, and my personal favorite, it only costs the price of a pack of Post-it Notes!