Weekly average weight
We need to have a seperate daily & weekly average weight metric tracker, not attached to measurements.
At present if we ask clients to take a daily weight it will also ask them to take daily measurements.
We need to be able to take daily weight, then ask for weekly average weight & certain measurements of choice (decided by coach & client)
Thanks for your great suggestion! We’ve added this to our work queue. We’ll post further updates here as our teams pick it up to work on it.
Please come back to ideas.trainerize.com to add your vote to other ideas.
Max K. commented
Any update on this? In my opinion, this is a very basic thing, that a coach wants to see. Would be great to have this feature available soon, as many other competitors, such as Kahunas, already have it.
Roy Frankot commented
Would like to be able to see the weekly average weight of my clients
Scott Shepherd commented
need this asap please
Aaron Day commented
Why has this not been added, even after 18 months of sitting in the queue?
As mentioned by a few members below, the ability to have client weekly averages for things like steps and weight would be very handy.
Is there a way this can be looked at sooner? It appears as though it is something really asked for but has been sitting here for 3 years
Katrina Owen commented
I like to take client averages for each week (weight, BF%, daily # steps, exercise calories, nutrition calories & macros, habits, etc) to measure weekly progress. Is there a way to do this so I don't have to calculate this manually on a spreadsheet? It's time consuming and would love a feature that would make this easier and time efficient so I can take on more clients.
Dave Allen commented
Is this complete?
Samuel Gyasi commented
You guys are doing a great job and I know people have said it before.
1. You NEED to have a weekly average weight tracker for weight loss when it comes to doing check ins. It's a fundamental and will get you more potential customers.
2.TRacking weight performance for check ins is too tedious there needs to be a better way. And if you are able to incorporate some check flag when reps are not matched. Would be great.
3. A total volume for work done would also be perfect.
Having average for other metrics like heart rate, sleep, etc. Thanks!
Gema Garcia commented
It would also be useful if we can get a weight average for the week or able to export the data into a spread sheet
Peleg Bar commented
WEEKLY AVERAGE OF WEIGH-ins. Make it easier to see progress. Currently I’m using sheets, that’s just nonsense…
Tobias Lynes commented
Yes to this! The amount of times I have to explain to clients that they need to look at their average weight rather than their last weigh-in... but they have to manually work out the average! My clients only take their weight once a week so seeing a monthly average would be great as well.
Matthew Belbasis commented
What’s the update on this? How do we speed the process?
Jade McKee commented
Yes! Would save so much time if we could input date ranges for the average to be between.
Tammy Evans commented
I manually calculate weekly averages for all clients on a weekly basis... It takes me 3-4 hours a week. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make this one happen soon. It is the one thing that Trainerize does not have that it really should. This is a big one.
Dylan Guynn commented
I'm over here manually calculating weight average & it's a pain. Please make this happen
Neil Raider commented
Also heavily voting on this one.
Automatically calculating the weekly average weight is the biggest missing feature in Trainerize in my opinion.
Could save one hours a week depending on the amount of clients.
Please make this happen :)
Neil Raider commented
It would be VERY helpful to have a function that internally calculates all tracked weigh ins for the week together and gives out the weekly average weight.
I guess that this will also be very helpful to lots of other trainers as many take the weekly average as comparison instead of the daily as it's a lot more reliable.
Alex Fogacci commented
any update on this one ?
Emily Anger commented
Can we have a way to see the weekly average gain or loss for body weight as a part of the dash board.
Clients will easily get triggered by daily fluctuations, and so by having an average to focus on they can see the progress less confusing and instead of saying drop 1kg (which can happen overnight) we can give targets such as drop 1% of your body weight per week (which is based on the average of all weight entries).