The 20-year-old junior European hero is a piece of the Andy Young preparing bunch with Muir, who won the 3,000-meter title on Saturday.
Scot Reekie quickened in the last 100 meters to win the triumph at Birmingham and afterward stated: “I never needed whatever else”.
He included: “I truly needed to be in Glasgow, Laura is the best on the planet and I move her consistently.
“I’m taking in a great deal from her and Andy, who is the best mentor.”
Reekie could remain against Muir in Glasgow after his opponent revealed to him he would attempt to guard his European indoor titles of 1500 and 3000 meters in the occasion from 1 to 3 March.
Johnson-Thompson grumbles about the nonappearance of Thiam in Glasgow
Katarina Johnson-Thompson was triumphant in the long bounce with a hop of 6.46 m, 10 cm in front of Jahisha Thomas and enough to meet all requirements for the occasion in Glasgow, however after a few occasions he said he would just contend in the pentathlon.
In any case, the indoor pentathlon best on the planet communicated lament that he won’t confront the European Olympic victor of Heptathlon Nafissatou Thiam, who will miss calf damage.
“It’s a pity, I was somewhat broken in light of the fact that I was not in Birmingham a year ago and I like to go up against it,” Johnson-Thompson said.
“It will be a contending reasonable and I’m energized for the outside.
“I didn’t complete a pentathlon this year and there are a ton of good young ladies and anything can happen that day.”
“In the event that I can focus on myself and get my occasions where they must be, I’ll be fine.”
Silver award in the high bounce Commonwealth Games, Morgan Lake, won her fourth British title inside with a superior hop of 1.94m, yet the British record of 21 years was lost after three disappointments to 1.99 m.
Sophie McKinna demonstrated the best show of British ladies’ discharges since 2000 on her approach to get gold.
He gave his own best with his first dispatch of 17.64m and enhanced twice more to complete with a superior than 17.97m.
He puts the Great Yarmouth competitor in the best 10 in Europe this year and is just 3 cm far from meeting all requirements for the World Championships beginning in Doha toward the finish of September.
Among alternate victors, who are presently part of the Glasgow group, including Shelayna Oskan-Clarke (800m), Zoey Clark (400m), Chris O’Hare (3.000m) and Feron Sayers (long bounce).
There was the best of the period for Tom Bosworth who won the race of 5,000 m in 19 minutes and 22.56 seconds.