Set a daily step goal
Ability to set a daily steps goal that auto updates with connected devices
Dustin O'Neil commented
This is so simple! Would be really helpful to keep steps up because when I'm shredding I often drop step count (and thus BMR drops) and it counteracts my calorie deficit!
Ryan Dobinson commented
No idea how this isn't already a feature, this should be simple to implement with as trainerize already imports clients step count from there wearable devices!
NEAT is a huge factor that all clients should be aiming to improve and having something they can tick off in there calendar is HUGE to me as a coach
Very useful function!
Jack Symons commented
Bump this! - Massively helpful! (Maybe a coach can set a reminder time for the client that if they still have X amount of steps left the client will get a notification reminding them "Hey Name, you're not far off your step target XXXX steps! Lets go!"
Dylan Guynn commented
Bump. Very important feature.
Erika Kehrwald commented
Jared De Candia commented
This should be a very simple update. If Trainerize is already importing steps from a client's wearable device (which it is), then this update should be simple.
Ben Channon commented
essentially the less a client has to MANUALLY input the better our results will be...
The devices are connected.... you can set steps targets..
Maybe some custom fields for client goals where we can set a numeric goal based on the field and be able to map connected devices to those custom fields?
Lucy Marron commented
When a client ticks off their step goal at the end of the day it would be great for them to be able to put a number in, instead of number of hours. ALSO when a client is performing an exercises if one seems hard it would be good for them to make a little note on it so that the following week when they return they know not to try increase weight but try again at that set or correct make correction.
Nicki Georgiou commented
Please can we add in a 'daily step target' to the habits section and a reward sent to clients if they hit their daily step target?
Rory Bonnick commented
Set a daily step goal