Allow MyFitnessPal to sync with all data (including calorie goals and what they're actually eating).
Currently, it says clients have a low workout compliance and you can only see macros. This doesn't help with knowing their calorie goals and what they're actually eating. If you could change this then I think a lot of people would be happy as it would be such a useful tool!
Our developers have started working on this and we hope to share this with you quite soon.
Justin Sottilare commented
I'm having issues with multiple clients not being able to sync MYP
Yese Godoy commented
Since the app syncs to MFP many of my clients assume that I can also see their food entries and workouts.
Karley s commented
Would definitely love to see what they’re eating - easier to tell if they’re being consistent and accurate or if they need food tracking tips & help as well
Ian Merzwinski commented
I'm a personal trainer who likes to guide my clients in what they eat and put in their body, without giving a meal plan. Teach and guide.
Ideally, don't you think we should be able to see exactly what they eat? Instead of just calories and macros...
I hope you can fix this as soon as possible. Or at least keep us updated it you see any of out comments.
Yes please or if you cannot sync meals at least sync the sugar intake please.. I always change my clients sugar default goals from the ridiculous high amounts of Myfitnesspal to max 25-30 grams s day but cannot keep them accountable for that without Trainerize fetching that component
On the client dashboard, they should be able to view their goals as macronutrients - not solely percentages. Percentages tell them nothing about the grams of each nutrient needed unless they set it manually in MFP - Kona of silly for anyone who isn't advanced to be given percentage goals. They then have to reverse engineer their percentages to figure out their macro targets, or memorize them, which can be difficult for new trainees
This would be great. I’ve been hoping they would allow us to see the actual food for a while now!
Both macros and calories should be shown.
Seems silly to ask my clients to connect their MFP accounts and I can only see their macros. So, to check their meals, I have to go into their MFP account - what a waste of time.