Practical answer: no.
Legal answer: maybe. It's possible that some diabolical FAA guy could cite you for not specifically logging intercepting and tracking, though more likely than not just logging the type of approach would be enough. But if you want to be perfectly technical about it, log the intercepting and tracking (and, of course, it's possible to do just intercepting and tracking on an IFR flight, if you shoot a visual approach at your destination and don't hold anywhere along the way).
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Of course, to remain faithful to the holding part, the best way to do this is to fly the approaches to the published missed.
Or just ask to stay in a racetrack procedure turn (if there is one) a couple of times before shooting the approach.