TrainRite was created to provide a solution to poor workout log books.

I firmly believe the success I've achieved with my own fitness is completely due to planning, consistency and being able to reference past workouts. For the past two years I've been printing and binding my own version of a training journal that worked for me, because there really aren't many available on the market that I've found do the job well. That’s what I’m trying to achieve here. In the past I’ve used scrap paper, generic bound books and cell phone apps. I found that I needed something tailored for the way I like to workout. As it turns out, so do most other people. In no time I was being asked where and how to get these little booklets. That’s why I started TrainRite. And bonus, you can leave your pricey smartphone in the locker with no chance of dropping water or a dumbbell on it. 

Each journal is complete with workout planer at the back of the book. This forces you to plan workouts 2 weeks in advance, so that a well rounded regimen that covers all muscle groups can be achieved. Add in rest days and cardio, and you'll never be walking around the gym wondering what to do next. This is an extremely powerful tool when planned with care and much variation. Today it exists as two different products:

About Matt and the TrainRite's Beginning

Matt Cronin Fishing

Matt Cronin Fishing

Matt Cronin Working Out

Matt Cronin Working Out

I created the TrainRite platform to share with you the TrainRite Classic Fitness Journal and the TrainRite Compact Fitness Journal which has been the key to the success I've seen in my own fitness.

The TrainRite Blog is a collection of clean food recipes from various sources and some very effective training regimens I’ve used in the past to help you reach your fitness goals and continued inspiration.

I’m an Electronics Engineering Technologist from Toronto, Canada.

I work in the electrical power transmission field. I enjoy living an active and healthy lifestyle; and am passionate for food, my dog Maple, early morning workouts, running, hockey, mountain biking and of course – electronics

Matt Cronin