Ability to manually enter macro splits in smart meal planner
Instead of the 3 preset macro splits, allow me to define my own macro splits.
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We're keeping this set to 'Not Right Now' adding an open ability to enter any kind of macro split is not something we have any immediate plans to implement. We appreciate you sharing your thoughts.
However, we are looking to add additional popular macro splits. Please add your votes to any of these requests. If there are additional
40% P / 40% C / 20% F macro split https://ideas.trainerize.com/.../167887/suggestions/45213430
45% P / 25% C / 30% F macro split
45% P / 30% C / 25% F Macro split https://ideas.trainerize.com/.../167887/suggestions/45213421
45% P / 35% C / 20% F macro split https://ideas.trainerize.com/.../167887/suggestions/45213424
50% P / 20% C / 30% F macro split
25% P / 5% C / 70% F macro split (keto)
35% P / 5% C / 60% F macro split (high protein keto)
Need to allow custom calorie intake below 1400
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Jose Reyes commented
Chris Johnson commented
The new Smart Meal Plan is cool, but needs to be able to have more than 3 options for macronutrient breakdown. In fact, it should have unlimited variations for calories, protein, carbs and fats.
This has definitely caused confusion. It needs to be able to adjust to a tailored macro split. Also the low fat split is very high in protein!! Carbs on all splits is too low.
Corey MacGregor commented
Allow the the trainer to change the macro breakdown. Not just the three options given.
Corey MacGregor commented
Allow the trainer to change the macro breakdown. Not just the three options that are given.
Chloe Raye commented
This meal planner is 100% not usable at all for me until I can change the macro split and can add my own recipes.
Aleksandar Gavrilov commented
Yes, please add this, because it's really confusing the clients and the meal planner is useless. I have a client with 1180cal a day and the minimum that the meal planner is suggesting is 1400....
Rhiannon Deaves commented
Or at least be able to adjust it the macro allocation area, so the client can track the meals according to my macro allocations.
Shaun Mcalevey commented
The meal planner is useless without the ability to adjust macro split.
Yvonne Walker commented
Please add this
Chelsey Hallblade commented
It would be ideal if we could enter our clients own macros not just go based on 3 percentage options.
Coach Thibs commented
This would complete the new smart meal planner!