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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Weekly averages are still not a thing?!??!?!
Jay Jay Harvey commented
If there could be an average viewing option on the graph section. so you can choose two dates and check what the average number is between those two dates are. Will help with accuracy. Thank you.
Britt Wheeler commented
This would be an awesome feature! My clients are so motivated when I can show them a graph of progress.
Ocean Trail commented
100% this! It would be awesome to have weekly averages actually listed for total macro intake (protein,carbs + fats) + total calories, weight, steps etc. If someone is new to tracking and I want to show them their weekly averages - I basically have to go and do manual data entry into an excel sheet when it would be nice to see the week to week averages
Leanne Marshall commented
When changing a clients body comp just seeing the clients macro and calories on a graph along with their steps and sleep etc isn't enough this means a lot of my clients still have to fill our a tracker so I can look at their calorie and macro averages for the week along with other averages like steps and average weight so I can tell their rate of progress... this grass don't show this easily enough and I then have to either do more work myself or ask the clients to do fill out more sheets which then devalues the apps use.
Having all of the total from that week of progress under the goals next to the progress charts would solve this simply and create less work all around and be more accurate. For body comp their isn't enough detail currently and I pride myself on getting results for my clients.
NEELY HOGAN commented
Weekly averages for calories and macros logged. Also, weekly exercise totals. Or be able to choose a date range to see averages and totals. I spend a lot of time reviewing these numbers each week for each client.
Michaela North commented
Weekly averages actually listed for calorie and protein intake, weight, steps etc.
Daniel Buckley commented
This would be so helpful! Ideally you could pick the days you could average so that if someone only logs one meal on a day and you know it's not accurate you could not include in the avg.
Michelle Raines commented
Average of calories over a certain period of time. So being able to select the last 5, 6, 7 (etc) days and get an average of calories & macros!
Nellie Black commented
Hello I would suggest a feature were we are able to download the weekly nutrition intake for our clients into an excel sheet.
With the sheet we will be able to see historical information and see what the average intake is for the week is. I currently have to transcribe the information to and excel sheet and it is definitely time consuming.
Robert Harley commented
YESSS!!! ASAP! Clients will get better results, which leads to more app use, which leads to more successful Coaches, which leads again to more app use! It's a win-win-win for App, Coach, and Client. HUGE!
YES!!! Why is this not an option already. I have to do it on my spread sheet with 100 clients!
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Jeff Battenberg commented
This would be a GREAT FEATURE! Much easier for the client to see the big picture as well!
TJ Brooks commented
PLEASE ADD THIS
Brian Donovan commented
Would love it if Trainerize could add this feature! Manually tallying up each clients daily calories on my own calculator every Friday and dividing by 7 takes me like 3-4 hours which could be spent on more important things like program design and coaching calls. I’m considering hiring a virtual assistant to do this for me and just sending me the totals if a better alternative isn’t available soon.