I’m not sure if my answer would be of any help to you, but I usually don’t keep log of the routines. I switch them as often as possible and never do the same routine twice (of course as long as the workouts stay within the overall perimeters of the theme and goals of the class). I try to make them a bit harder each week as part of the progression, in order to keep challenging the participants and ensure the improvement of their physical condition. I’m sure other trainers have different approach.
I use a excel spreadsheet and have 30 possible workouts that I go through. I often will use a specific workout every 3 weeks to measure progress and so the bootcampers can see how they’ve progressed.
Like Harris, I will include progressions and modifications for exercises so they have options based on their intensity for the day.
I don’t keep track of all of them, and I do switch things up every week. I also add progressions to the class to keep the participants challenged. However, having some good workouts to keep in a binder or file or app is a great “go to” whenever you get stuck and need a routine–or, if you need some suggestions and just need to modify a few exercises.
I would keep a few just to help with planning!