I keep track, though some of my clients like to keep track in their own note book too. That makes for great inspiration when they are at home and look back on their progression. Additionally, if one isn’t taking down a record, the how can one program effectively over time? I would find this hard if not impossible.
/Agree with above posts.
I have seen the majority of personal trainers not keep track of their clients progress or exercises.
I understand the thought Mercedes Dunn has of concentrating on the other aspects, but as the professional in the gym, I always assume the person I am working with has ZERO prior knowledge of how to workout. I explain everything I do and the reasoning behind it.
Knowing where my clients are at is of paramount importance, and it gets more so when I get especially busy. Its hard keeping track of 3 or 4, let alone 12+ clients.