Monthly's Challenge progress
It's a shortcut to understand how well you perform in your monthly challenge. The first time you execute it in a month, you will need to enter your objective (distance, number of calories, time) and then you will enter the current value. It will help you to understand if you are in ahead or behind and give you your new daily target based on the current value.
Short Stay Car Parking 60 mins
Set the location in this Shortcut, stored in the Calendar app as Parked when you park up. When it’s time to go back to the Car press Return to Car, the Shortcut returns the location and starts a Walking Map for you. Duration is set to 1 hour but still returns you before or after the time. a notification is activated at 45 mins.
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This shortcut will calculate your Body Mass Index for all the weight entries available in Health. Running the job repeatedly will not create duplicate entries. It works best as a companion script of https://shortcutsgallery.com/shortcuts/log-my-weight/, and ran automatically after logging your weight with Siri. -- SangucheDeChorizo
This is my personal shortcut for adding data points to the vitamins I take. This shortcut tracks a specific multivitamin, as well as a couple generic supplements. The multivitamin will almost certainly need to be reconfigured based on what you take (if you take exactly the same obscure bodybuilding multi I do, congrats! lol), but this shortcut can serve as a template to follow. The generic vitamins scripting can basically be copied for whatever you take. All you have to do is duplicate the scripting and read the info off of your vitamin bottle. JUST A HEADS UP: Certain vitamins (A, D, E) use IUs as their form of measurement, but Apple Health doesn’t allow for this measurement type. So they’ve been converted to milligrams or micrograms.
Log Body Measurements
Use this to add data points to both weight and waist circumference out of the box (uses pounds and inches). I use it for those two because they’re easily measurable. Utilizes a simple setup that can be copied for the other body measurements in Apple Health as well though (body fat %, body mass index, height, lean body mass).
Apple Health Macro Nutrients Tracker
This is the Apple Health Macro Nutrients Tracker. It keeps a library of added food in your iCloud Drive. This needs a modified version of the Shortcut "libStorage", which can be found here: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/42d749c5acbf4f68b421caae71f26d1c The original version of libStorage was shared on r/shortcuts by user chilaxan. Functionality should be pretty self explanatory. First choose a food from the Library, or add a new entry. Adding a new Food requires kCal, carbs, fat and protein per 100gram. To add a food consumption to Apple Health, the amount and date needs to be entered.
Daily Health Report 2
*Updated version allowing the user to get a report from a desired day. Calorie count only displayed if entered into the Health app otherwise it is disregarded.* At the end of the day Siri will tell you how many steps you took, distance covered, how many calories you have consumed and if you have hit your daily calorie goal.