Are you caught in a cycle of pushing too hard on days you feel good, only to crash and burn - requiring days, weeks, or even months of recovery?

Only to repeat the cycle again. And again.

If so, pacing can help you find the stability your body needs. Pacing is the art of moving and resting just the right amount. It is an alternative to pushing through that allows you to prevent major flares, avoid deconditioning, and build a more sustainable life.
Are you caught in a cycle of pushing too hard on days you feel good, only to crash and burn - requiring days, weeks, or even months of recovery?

Pacing can help you...

  • Reduce Pain Levels

    Pacing allows most people to reduce pain levels and prevent flares by addressing the two main causes of chronic pain.

  • Do More in the Long Run

    Pacing isn't about doing less. It's about doing more of what is most important to you. It's about increasing your activity in ways that allow you to manage pain levels in the process.

  • Improve Your Quality of Life

    The overall goal of pacing is to improve your quality of life and help you develop a more sustainable way of living.

Why Does Pacing Work?

Research suggests that pacing works because it addresses the two main causes of chronic pain

1. Pacing allows people with chronic pain to slowly increase muscle strength and function without aggravating the original injury or illness. 

2. Pacing allows people with chronic pain to slowly increase tolerance to stimulus without aggravating an over-reactive nervous system. 

Course highlights

• Learn new systems for pacing that allow you to quantify your activity levels and accurately assess how much you can do before flaring.

• Download multiple spreadsheets that enable you to record and graph your activity levels so you can see your progress over time.

• Discover the science behind why pacing works and what makes it a more effective alternative to pushing through.

• Determine your priorities and analyze new ways of allocating your energy towards what is most important in life.
Course highlights

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Week 1 - An Introduction to Pacing for Chronic Pain
  • 2
    Week 2 - Choose a Pacing System (Part 1)
    • How I Created My Pacing System
    • An Overview of 5 Pacing Systems
    • System 1 - Electronic Tracking Device
    • System 2 - Follow the Rules
    • System 3 - "Exercise on the Edge"
    • Exercise on the Edge Spreadsheet Download
    • Pacing Options Discussion
  • 3
    Week 3 - Choose a Pacing System (Part 2)
    • A Quick Check In
    • System 4 - Track Your Day in Increments
    • Track Your Day in Increments Spreadsheet Downloads
    • System 5 - Quantified Activity Tracking
    • Quantified Activity Tracking Spreadsheet Downloads
    • Quantified Activity Tracking Video Explanation
    • Pacing Options Discussion
  • 4
    Week 4 - Find Your Baseline
    • How to Find Your Baseline
    • Pacing Self-Assessment
    • What is Most Important? FREE TRIAL
    • Assignment: Conserving and Allocating Energy
    • Energy Conservation Ideas
    • Consider Drastic Measures
  • 5
    Week 5 - Slowly Increase Your Activity Level
    • How to Get More Out of Activity Tracking
    • How to Use the Ten Percent Rule
    • Your Thoughts on the 10% Rule
  • 6
    Week 6 - Address Common Barriers
    • You Can Overcome Barriers to Pacing
    • Six Barriers to Pacing and their Solutions
    • Your Barriers to Pacing
    • Don't Give Up!

What To Expect

• Six weeks of course content that can be started at any time. Although the course is designed to allow people to complete it in 6 weeks, the material can be spread out to accommodate your schedule and energy levels. The course material will remain available to you indefinitely.

• Approximately 3 hours worth of material presented each week in an online classroom environment in the form of videos, articles, and assignments.

• Access to material at any time and from any time zone.

What To Expect

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