Looking at Amazon black Friday deal, I noticed that a Recitive Circulation Booster is coming up later, Was wondering what peoples views are on such things? I'd never heard of them before, but if they do boost blood circulation like they say would this be a good device for runners to use post run/ as a recovery aid?
MK has 4 half marathons now. This is my 4th MK half this year All the other ones I've done this year I've gone into with a plan to do x time and managed that relatively easily, so the plan for this one was to push myself and see what I'm actually capable of, but my lack of training miles since September if putting me off that idea a little. But might just follow you on the caution front and go for it!
Quick update: Did the 10k 'race' in 45:01... I'm using the term race very loosely though. Due the the type of event it was and the way it was started the first 2-ish miles were very slow as us faster 10k'ers had to try and make our way past the very slow 5k'ers on narrow paths, so it wasn't as flat out as it should have been. In fact it felt like a pretty easy pace so can't really use it for anything other then a fast training run! and Runners World Race Predictor still says I should be able to do a 1:39:xx half off the back of a 45 min 10k, so the goal is still in sight.
Nader, good luck. If you did a 1:41 in October, only 3 mins off your best, with life in the way you're doing well. You should smash the 1:43 easy