Daily Wellness Survey - Sleep Quality, Stress/Mood, Motivation and Energy Levels
For online coaching purposes having the ability to track the following by allowing the client to rate their daily with a daily form/questionaire/survey
Stress / Mood
This will help paint a better overall picture if the client is affected by any of these.
Helps with accountability, adherence and results.
Enable the clients to provide feedback to coach’s on how difficult the session was, mood etc.
How the felt after session, later that evening, the next day etc
When having weekly catch ups with clients, I present the body weight graphs
to talk about client progress. It would be very useful if you have click buttons at the top to add or not add as specific overlays. For example..
Stress level (even on a scale of 1-10)
So it will alert you as the pt but also to highlight to the client where contributing factors are effecting there progress. It just looks professional.
I’m currently using spreadsheets still to show this information? And I have noticed a simple advert trainerize has posted saying use the app stop using spread sheets. This is not the case because there is information beside nutrition and exercise that contributes to a stall in clients progress.
Expand the graph to overview 1 week client progress, I don’t understand why this hasn't been done already as majority of PTs would agree they will have weekly catch ups with clients.
Russell Ormerod commented
There are also several versions of this on the trainee forums. Cmon guys!!
Charles Muller commented
An easy add for biofeedback is just add an optional rate habit 1-10 then we can manually add sleep, stress , hunger as a daily habit that they can rate from 1-10
This should be easy as it would just be an upgraded feature to habit tracking
Trainer 1 Pro commented
Please also add female menstruation tracking!!! This is soooo important to coaching women.
Patrick McBride commented
Connor Clark commented
This has been at the top of the message board for YEARS! It's one of the few features I've actually been waiting to be done.
As a fitness/lifestyle coach, what's more important than data? Getting daily biofeedback is ESSENTIAL in my eyes for being able to get a look "inside" the mind and body of our clients. Rather than "felt good yesterday" and "My sleep is awesome, "... we can track over days what they felt and catch trends and possible differences between what they communicate and what they actually feel.
Let's get this in the works! I love that Trainerize is a one-stop shop, and I'd love to make that official and throw away my google sheets form of this.
Some features I'd love to see:
- A prompt setting where we can set what time of day they get a notification to fill it out.
- A fillable question format, meaning I could ask as many questions as I would like (which won't be that many for most) but I can also word them how I'd like. I can see this feature being at its best if the coach can decide what they want to track daily. I think a scale or text box option would be great too. Examples, sleep, hydration, appetite, energy libido on a scale 1-10. Others being "How do you feel about your workout and food choices yesterday?"
Jordan Senior Coach Assistant commented
allow clients to add daily notes
"I’d like to track cravings for instance, and general assessment of my hunger levels for each day."
Yes! Debating between another platform partly because of this. I've been using my own quiz but in the app and tracking it would be awesome.
Kat B commented
daily journal/reflection questions or an area in the app where you are able to reflect on the day/week as a whole and/or ability to link apps such as calm and sleep timer to track usage over week
Amanda Cooper commented
Yes please! Has there been any progress with this?
Samantha Bree commented
YES We need this along with other habits such as cravings and add option to add our own
Keith Koch commented
Cannot UPVOTE any more strongly.
I would like it to be a builder where I can customize to my program from object types.
Lexie Ward commented
Some sort of slider-scale where they can easily rank mood, energy, stress, hunger, productivity on a scale 1-5 each day
Jaclyn Evans commented
My clients rate their energy, mood, cravings, among many other each day it would be nice if we could get our own options to add markers of progress like this, then I wouldn't have to use a separate sheet to track all that.
Adrienne Wilkins commented
SAD face today / Stressed Face this week / Excited Face / Tired face / Hormone Period love heart...
Gives both coach and client a graph of how they’ve been feeling weekly over the month relevant to their performance, attendance etc...
Injuries show up when stressed for example or over training, may need to adjust program
Doris C. commented
Setting up daily wellness check-ins is a must for us health coaches. I using Google Forms for this but it was not automated and the results tracking was not quite right (since it's not designed for the same client answering surveys multiple times).
For now I'm using Trainerize strictly for my training clients, and a dedicated tool (Stridist) for lifestyle/habit coaching, but it would be great to do it all in one place.
Brenna Kennedy commented
With habit coaching, nutrition coaching, and especially my advanced PT clients, I need to check-in daily rather than just at appointments. For the last year I've been having to do it by texting or Google Forms but that's a lot for my clients to keep up with. Can we integrate some custom forms within the app that can be sent to clients daily, weekly, etc. where they can report things like sleep amount, nutrition consistency, water intake, energy levels, stress levels, injuries/pain, etc.
Coach Ty commented
It would be awesome if coaches could create brief check-in surveys (similar to how clients can rate RPE after a workout) whether its on a scale from 1-10, or 'check all that apply' / multiple choice
And have them sent out on an automated schedule within Master Programs.
For example, if i wanted a client to check in on their sleep or hydration on a particular day in the program, or rate their level of soreness, etc.
This could even be implemented within the Master Habits, where the habit itself has some sort of action other than 'check complete'