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    Josef Brandenburg commented  · 

    Also, for the meal planning, even when you put a client in at 1400 it still generates menus that are 1,500+, so it warns the client that they are in a calorie surplus. This kinda defeats the purpose. If you have a short female client with an office job who is trying to lose weight, 1,400 isn't going to work... seems like this was built by tall & athletic men for other tall & athletic men, and those are not the clients most of us train. Furthermore, what if you have someone with an amputation, limb paralysis, or some other physical limitation? 1,400 calories is going to make them GAIN weight even if they don't want to. We need to flexibility to serve our clients in ways that work for them, not the way we think they should be.

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