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Hydration and Training   If you've been reading this blog recently, or if you follow me on Twitter, you'll see that I'm training for the Charlotte, NC Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, (see mmy blog entry Breast Cancer and the Podiatrist) a 39.3 mile charity walk in October. It's a full marathon the first day, and a half marathon...

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Injury Prevention for Runners Injury prevention is one of the most important things to focus on during training. You will need good shoes, good running form, good stretching, and adequate recovery after workouts to minimize the risks of injuring yourself while running. Below we have listed some of the common injuries that runners experience. Should you experience any of...

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Marathon Cross Training! Cross training is an awesome way to stay in shape if you need a break from running. Sometimes you need a break due to injury, soreness, or even if the weather doesn’t allow you to run. If the weather that is holding you back, you should resort to using a treadmill. Keep in mind that...

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Running Gear! When training for a half or full marathon there are all types running gear to get you through training. Most importantly, you’ll need is a new pair of running shoes. Without a good pair, you can expect a lot of pain in your legs and lower back. Fleet Feet would be a perfect running store...

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Best Nutrition for Marathon Running! Nutrition is critical while training for a marathon or half marathon. The key food group for runners is CARBS. Carbs provide your fuel and you need to make sure your body is taking in enough carbs. Men and women need to consume 2000-2500 calories each day. While training, you will need to add 100 calories...

Posted by on in Diabetic foot care
Women are constantly on the go but, their choice of shoes are not always going in the right direction with them. Women who wear stilettos often tend to have ankle injuries. This is a result of the height and narrowness of the heel. These women are likely to have a lot of feet pain because,...

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