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Latest Marathon Runners in CEP Compression!

Posted May 14 2010 7:43am

 

Compression socks have become a new part of many athletes training and recovery. CEP Compression wants you to see that our products are not only great for recovery but are designed for performance. With CEP you can prevent SHIN SPLINTS, CALF CRAMPS, ACHILLES issues etc.

 

In addition to solving many runners problems in the legs CEP is designed to maximize your performance and improve your recovery. But don't take our word for it... read below and see what people just like you are saying!




- Arma A., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

What was your goal?To complete my 2nd Boston Marathon 2010.
How did CEP help you?I have used CEP socks through out my entire winter training in order to keep the blood flow away from my lower legs. In August I was experiencing dizziness and fainting while running (due to low blood pressure) and my cardiologist suggested that I should consider compression socks in order to help keep the blood flow to my upper body. I tried other compression socks and found that they weren't placing the right pressure in the correct spots. Since trying CEP I haven't worn any other socks and I haven't experienced dizziness.....I LOVE CEP!!!
I ran ING NYC Marathon in 2009 and Boston Marathon 2010.

Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?

Love' em..... See above!
Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?



Boston Marathon





- Gillian C., Vancouver, Canada

What was your goal?3hr 20 min and enjoy the race!


 
How did CEP help you?CEP socks have been really good for injury management and leg fatigue control. I've found that they've really helped on quadricep, hamstring, and lower leg muscle cramping. My recovery is at least 50% faster with these socks. I'm sure these socks helped with all the downhill pounding at Boston!

 
Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?I think they're great - have been using them for about a year now and wear them in all my long distance training runs and races and am going to start using them on the bike this spring and see if they help there too. I recommend these socks to a lot of people!

 
Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?

Boston Marathon
 





- Evelyn N. , Cidra, Puerto Rico

What was your goal?My goal was to enjoy and have fun running the Boston Marathon and of course try to get a personal best.My goal time was 3:45.

How did CEP help you?I can't even begin to tell you how wonderful these socks are.I use them while training, racing and during recovery - which, by the way, is quicker than it's ever been. I'm a believer!
Now I already have two pairs. The first time that I ran with them in a marathon was on Monday April 19 for the Boston Marathon.I beat my PR by 8 minutes. My Boston time 3:37:49. My legs were not as sore like other marathons.It's amazing.One of the best investments Ive made in my running career.

Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?I only know about the socks but in the box came inside information about the other products.I'm interested in running compression shorts.


Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?


Boston Marathon




- Michael F. , Davis, CA

What was your goal?Have a good race and no surprises like muscle cramping that I get often when I run a marathon.

How did CEP help you?It keeps me from getting any muscle cramping during the entire course even as I pushed my body hard. I completed the marathon close to my goal without any muscle crampings at all.

Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?I definately will wear it for my next San Francisco marathon.


Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?

Boston Marathon




- Raciel D. , Torrance, CA

What was your goal?To help my big sister finish her second marathon and still be able to walk back to our hotel at the conclusion of the race.

How did CEP help you?It minimised the effects of fatigue, especially around mile 20 when I would normally feel "heavy legs"

Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?I love the compression socks for running and am looking forward to finding compression socks for skiing/snowboarding at any of my local stores (right now, it's only available online).
I also used to purchase 2XU compression socks and found that the compression on the CEP socks were considerably better.

Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?


L.A. Marathon





 




- Stephanie M., Flowery Branch, GA

- Stephanie M., Flowery Branch, GA

What was your goal?To finish the Boston Marathon despite injuries to my ankles.


How did CEP help you?I have been plagued with ankle injuries since I qualified for the Boston Marathon back in 2008. My training for the 2010 marathon was going better than expected. I was confident and excited and then.... tendinitis in my ankle just 4 weeks before the big day. I took a week off from running following the RICE method of recovery. I wore my compression socks every day during that week. Then I started to run again and wore my compression socks during runs as well as afterwards for recovery. I would have never been able to not only finish Boston but also finish with a qualifying time for next year without my CEP compression socks. They have been a lifesaver for me (and my family too who knows that Mommy without a run can be a little edgy!)

Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?Well, as I mentioned, after my injury, I have been wearing compression socks every day. Since I only own 2 pairs (both CEP brand), I was constantly washing them. As Boston approached I wanted to order another pair and decided to try a different, cheaper brand. I received the new socks, tried them on and immediately shipped them back. They could not compare to CEP. My husband told me that I should not bother trying another brand because CEP is the best (he is also a fan but prefers the calf sleeves). So from now on, I will only buy CEP brand compression socks and I have spread the word about the healing power of these socks. I am thankful to have found them and will continue to use them as I train for my next Boston Marathon.

Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?Boston Marathon
 
  
  
 




- James E. Milton, MA

What was your goal?To finish the Boston Marathon under 4hr.


How did CEP help you?My running was extremely consistent start to finish. The socks gave me a sense of support, but did not feel tight or hot. I was a little nervous about wearing them for the first time in a marathon, but I barely knew they were on. I did a 3:53, two minutes better than last year, PLUS I lost about 5 minutes getting a distressed runner to a medical tent.

Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?They are the real deal - I am a believer and plan to wear them in Grandma's Marathon in June.



Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?Boston Marathon
  
 
  
  
    
    
    



- Ann , L.A., CA

What was your goal?To complete the LA Marathon under 4 hours, have fun and feel good while at it. I surpassed my goal and finished in 3:48!


How did CEP help you?I discovered CEP compression socks 6 months ago and have worn them on almost all of my training runs in preparation for the LA marathon. I immediately felt the difference when I wore them; muscle cramping went away and less fatigue in my legs. The socks have helped speed my recovery. I especially noticed between mile 15-17 of the race, after a very steep downhill, my calves started to cramp big time, and I fully believe that compressions socks saved me. After a few minutes, the cramps went away when the course evened out again and I cruised all the way to the finish feeling great.

I will always race with them now. Thank you CEP!

Tell us your thoughts about CEP products?I love the fit, feel and design of CEP socks. No other compression socks on the market compares to them. I'd like to collect all the colors and would love to see them in a charcoal/gray color.




Which 2009/2010 event did you enter?L.A. Marathon









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