The Your Progress section within your Profile will take you to our Inputs page, which contains ways to help you track your progress over time.

We provide a few different ways to keep track :

  • Daily Macronutrient Intake Chart: This chart will save your logged amounts for each macro (carbs, protein, and fat) on a day-by-day basis. You can use this to see how consistent you are in hitting your overall macros each day.

  • Weight Chart: This chart tracks your weight over time. Your actual weight in pounds will be in blue, and your trend line will be in red. The goal here is to pay attention to your trend line. Losing and gaining weight is never a strictly linear process, and you can expect to see up and down spikes in the blue line as you go along. Fluctuations are a completely normal part of the process, but the goal is to get the trend line moving towards the direction of your goal (down for fat loss, straight for maintenance, and up for weight gain). Analyzing your progress week-by-week will be a bigger indicator of how the program is working rather than analyzing day-by-day.

  • Measurements Chart: This chart tracks the measurements of your chest, waist, and hips in inches. Make sure to keep it consistent by measuring in the same spot each time!

  • Photo Comparison: You can upload front, back, and side photos each week with this tool. The first set of photos you upload will be saved as your “First Week” photos. When you tap on the Compare button, the app will automatically show you a side-by-side of those First Week photos with your most recent photos, so you can easily see your visible progress.

Recording your measurements and photos each day will provide the most accurate data. However, if you are more comfortable measuring once a week, or at a different frequency, that’s okay too! Just make sure that you weigh, measure, and take photos under the same circumstances to keep it consistent (i.e. at the same time each morning when you wake up). Below is a guide with tips and tricks on measuring accurately and taking photos to see your progress!

StaxTip: To remove an existing macro intake, weight, measurement, or photo, you can simply re-upload or re-enter a new input to replace the existing one using the date of the previous one.

We also created a detailed video on tracking your progress that you can find here!

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