Show weekly/monthly calories / macro averages in nutrition graph
I would love to be able to adjust the nutrition graph overview by date range and view overall averages of each metric (macros/calories). This would be super helpful to have a clearer picture of whether our clients are tracking and hitting their goals effectively through each week.
For example, if I want to see a client's nutrition data for 1 week, I should be able to set date ranges (i.e. 5/10/2020 - 5/16/2020) and see their daily numbers but also see the averages as well.
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Adrienne Davis commented
Need the interface to include a spreadsheet for daily macronutrient tracking, goals and actuals, with weekly totals to see overall adherence. Also need to see weekly averages for weigh ins for proper comparison. Not having these things might be a deal breaker for me long term.
Malin Blomdahl commented
adding a weight average as a feature is key, FitBit does this along with showing their "weight change trend" which can be really helpful for them and helps them to not worry about natural daily fluctuations!
Adding this small feature along with some form of a weekly check-in function is key for me continuing to use this app I just keep finding too many little holes that still mean I have to use different apps or programs to manage clients.
Nico Abaya commented
I need this feature and have been thinking about canceling my subscription because it doesn't exist.
Matt Uyeno commented
Weekly averages are super important. One example is if a client has a good diet on the weekdays but goes crazy on the weekends, this will raise his/her weekly average. If his/her weekly average is above what is required to lose weight, then they will not make progress. This will help the trainer explain to the client why they are/are not making progress despite being good on the weekdays. This will also give the trainer more data to work with to make the program more effective. For example, having high-calorie/low-calorie days while still staying true to the desired weekly average.
10 day moving average is the statiscally significant number for tracking real weight change trends. Would be GREAT to have this as well as a goal line for reference and floater/anger daily weight values like Happy scale
Elis Mar Einarsson commented
Average weight would be awesome! And auto calculated change between the weekly weight :)
Week 1: 69.9 kg
Week 2: 69.2 kg / -1,0% / 0.7 kg
Shortall John Mike Mike commented
When reviewing client progress weekly I have to manually calculate their average weight uploaded for the week as well as their average Calorie intake based on their my fitness pal.
From there I determine what their Calorie balance should be for further optimal progress.
Getting the average is the best way to mitigate water weight fluctuations.