Sunday is Run-day, so though I would put on my freshly delivered Kymira compression socks and check out if the science and socks hype was true.
I headed over to the Purbeck hills to hit the trails, the first mile after disembarking the ferry is a pretty flat one so I though id up the pace and see if the science behind the compression socks would help me. Around 2 miles into my run I started to feel my calves warm up, this was a sign that the infrared technology was having an effect. I completed a good 10 mile run in 1:10:15 with an average pace of 7:01, the best part was the next day my calves felt pretty good no real pain at all.
I would seem that science and socks mix very well.
Top Tip: OCRKit send a ‘how to put the socks on guide’ .. read and follow this, it might have taken me 2 -5 minutes to the socks on.
By Luke De-Ben
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