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  • This resource is a great way to track your symptoms in response to activity
  • Basically, if we see your pain scores during and/or after activity increasing, and your % performance decreasing (becoming more affected/restricted) then it tells us you are not coping with your current loads and may need to modify your training/activity
  • Conversely, if your pain scores are improving or staying steady, and your % performance is also remaining at a good level then you can be confident in maintaining or increasing your training/activity
DATE: SESSION TYPE AND DURATION:PAIN /10 DURINGPAIN /10 AFTER (OR THE FOLLOWING DAY)% PERFORMANCE (SEE DESCRIPTION BELOW)



















% PERFORMANCE = HOW MUCH DID YOUR INJURY EFFECT YOUR PERFORMANCE EG.

100% = INJURY HAD NO EFFECT EG. RAN AT USUAL SPEED WITH NO LIMP
50% = ONLY ABLE TO PEFORM HALF AS GOOD AS USUAL DUE TO INJURY
0% = UNABLE TO PERFORM THE ACTIVITY DUE TO INJURY