How to Create a Nutrition Goal for a Client

Part of healthy eating and nutrition is setting goals for your clients to achieve. Now, with meal tracking through Fitbit or MyFitnessPal you can do that directly through Trainerize  Follow the steps below to create a nutrition goal for your clients and invite them to download the Fitbit or MyFitnessPal app.

 

Step 1.

In the Client's Profile Card, select the Goals tab.

 

Step 2.

Select Nutrition Goal, then click Next

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Step 3.

Select one of the three types of Nutrition Goals (Calories only, Calories and protein, Calories and Full Macros) 

Calories_Only.png<-- Calories Only

Calories_and_Protein.png<-- Calories and Protein

Calories_and_Full_Macros.png <-- Calories and Full Macros

 

Step 4.

Select from the three Meal Tracking and Compliance options. 

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1. Follow meal plan but do not track meals 

Nutrition compliance will not be calculated.

 

2. Track meals with Fitbit

Monitor client calories, macros, and full meal details. Nutrition compliance will be calculated. Nutrition goals will be automatically synced to the client's Fitbit account.

 

3. Track meals with MyFitnessPal

Monitor client calories, and macros. Nutrition compliance will be calculated.


Note that in order to track nutrition compliance, you will need to have your clients log their meals using either Fitbit or MyFitnesPal which they can connect directly to their Trainerize account. 

 

Step 5.

Select Save. If you've chosen the option to track meals through MyFitnessPal or Fitbit and your client has not yet connected their account, you will be prompted to send them instructions on how to download and connect the Fitbit or MyFitnessPal app. 

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