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)
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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).
Coach George commented
This would be nice. Separating the Weight from other Body Measurements would be a great change. Then adding more options for checking weight averages and weight changes would help us track progress even better with our clients.
Nino Atilano commented
Please please make this happen!! This will be a gamechanger
Guy Demong commented
Customization would be preferred, though I only have people track body composition stats once every 6-12 weeks so any difference it makes would be minimal for me.
Samuel Gyasi commented
I agree being able to see the average weight loss makes the app so much easier, it should be a standard especially in gauging the progress of the client
Zac Bruce commented
Add a feature that takes the average bodyweight of the client each week and shows you the net change in bodyweight week after week.
Elisha Allison commented
I think a great feature would be the ability to export weigh ins to a google sheet, or to automatically track the clients 7 day average.
Kia Khadem commented
Two years since this was suggested. Let’s do this!!
This would be so helpful and much easier.
Kelly Bamber commented
Average weight view to see past weight fluctuations and see weekly progress
Justin Feldman commented
This will be SUPER valuable and allow me to eliminate spreadsheets from my coaching
David Cooney commented
Please can we have a little more customisation for body stats when setting tasks for clients? For example, I personally never use body measurements (right arm, left arm, left leg etc.) as a guide to track clients progress but I have to send it them in the form alongside ‘weight’ and BF%. It would be nice (as a trainer) to be able to set a weekly task (as you can already) for specific body stats and remove the fields you don’t want.
1. Quick Menu
2. Body Stats
3. Choose Body Stats:
4. Select measurements on body stats form:
a) Tick Boxes
b) Have a minus sign next to the stats you want to remove from the task.
This way it removes clutter and streamlines the service for the client so they are confronted with less unnecessary information on their end.
Dylan Begnaud commented
Having trendlines would make the bodyweight easier to read to see if the trailing 7-day average is moving in the right direction besides the spikes from fluctuations with eating habits.