I am afraid I agree with Pottingshed and Popsider.
I read about 3 books a week and my other half said he was going to get me one for Christmas but had been quizzing me and changed his mind. (I was oblivious to this at the time) I then said that a guy I work with has one and I had a little play with it and that although it was easy to use and good at what it does, that I much prefer physical books.
It seems he was going to buy me one for my birthday if I had said I liked it, but to be honest £111 is too much money for something, that if I dropped it over the side of the bed or it fell off the arm of the chair then what happens?
Also there is the issue of price, at the moment you can buy most books at £0.01 on Amazon with £2.80 ish delivery. And other people can benefit from them if you pass them on afterwards.
If you travel alot then they would be great, or if they were only £50 and then the ebooks were at least half the price of actual books, but I would rather have something to show for my money.
I have been told not to stretch cold muscles and not to stretch warm muscles.
I go to a running club twice a week, I go straight from work, we meet, find out what the training is and set off at a slow run to wherever we may be training that.
Some people say the slow run is a warm up and is stretching your muscles, some people stretch at the end of the session once we have run back to base.
When should I be stretching? And what is right and wrong? I do suffer from bad shins time to time so do some shin strengthening exercises at the gym and at home, but I know that stretching will make them better too.
But it seems that everyone has a different opinion so thought I would ask the people who do it day to day