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    Matthew commented  · 

    Weekly averages are still not a thing?!??!?!

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    Matthew commented  · 

    Weekly Average Bodyweights and/or moving Average bodyweight will give your coaches the most basic, standard, fundamental tool that every coach who uses excel spreadsheets utilizes.
    It should have been in there from day 1.

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    Matthew commented  · 

    If weekly average weigh-ins were a thing, (ideally with a +/- comparison to previous average weekly weigh in) I would probably would have started using trainerize over a year ago. I check back in and this still hasn't been added?

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    Average weekly weights are an industry standard for coaches who use excel spreadsheets. I don't know any top physique athlete coaches, or highly respected gen pop coaches who do nutrition coaching, have clients weigh themselves, but don't utilize weekly average weigh-ins 🤷‍♂️
    Saves so much time, gives extremely helpful data.

    Average weekly weigh in matters 1000x more than ANY particular weigh in. We look at trends in average weekly weigh in. That tells us what the average macros/calories someone is consuming is doing.

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