The 800m is the worst of the worst of all the races. They have the most pain, due to the lactic acid build up causing the 'piano leg', where you can no longer lift your leg. I knew that I wasn't going to have a lot left in my legs after the 2 hour session earlier in the day.
I was pleasantly surprised to find that I had a comparable time in the 800m to what I would normally have on fresh legs. That was the clincher for me to show that the product works. I had no discomfort in my legs in either session. I applied LactiGo again after, and I continued to have no soreness after training.
LactiGo actually works for me. I have continued using it on a daily basis, as I prepare for upcoming races I have on the books. I have extremely taxing track training taking place right now, and I have been so pleased with what I have seen out of it, that I can put my name behind it, and say "it does work!"
Susan Lynn Cooke
Follow @nbtampamasters's story on Instagram. She is the captain of the "New Balance Tampa Masters Racing Team", and a Masters Elite runner.
Susan has been crushing it, she currently holds these rankings for indoor track
- Mile - 1st in the world (in indoor and outdoor)
- 400m - 2nd in the World (1st in the US)
- 800m - 8th in the World (3rd in the US)
- 3000m - 9th in the World (1st in the US)