Built-in food journal / food diary / meal tracker and macro tracking
Instead of having to use Lifesum, MyFitnessPal or Fitbit, be able to track food directly in the app.
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Changing everyone to the in-app meal tracker
How clients can track using the in-app meal tracker
This feature is available to everyone with app versions from 7.16 and up.
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Joe Romaine commented
The two most important things I do for my clients is design their workouts and oversee their nutritional intake on a daily basis. This is the most fundamental aspects of a trainer's guidance. All other software functions and the app's abilities are great to have and varies according to personal preference. But the two basic most fundamental aspects of tracking workouts and tracking nutrition should be universal and are equally important for real results. Thank you
Torrey Wilkerson commented
If a nutrition portion could be added to the entire platform I think that would add a good element for trainers to get more clients
A way to track and assign weekly meal plan.
Mitchell Ziska commented
Would like to have the ability to have my clients connect their food tracking websites through the website. My Net Diary, My Fitness Pal, and Lose it are three that are very popular
Adding something like My Fitness Pal or Lose it. A lot of my clients struggle with eating breakfast or counting calories
Have the ability to have clients scan their food just like MyFitnessPal to keep track of their calories and macros. Also some kind of meal swapper for clients to choose different meal options.
Have a place where clients can keep track of their nutrition. Since 80% of weight loss comes what we eat. This is more important than exercise, even though it is still important!
I do MFP, but not everyone does. It is harder to go to different places to keep track of clients.
Walt Fleitz commented
Add on to my fitness pal
I keep track of cities burnt during sessions so would like somewhere to record this