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The Podiatrists New Shoes My ten mile training walk this weekend was fantastic, and owed in no small part to the wonderful shoe fitting I had this week, and the recommendations that led me to choose a brand I'd never tried before. Since I wanted these shoes for both running and walking--and long distance use--I had to look a...

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Suffering from Athletes Foot?     Athletes foot is a common problem caused by a fungus infection of the skin. The name tends to be a source of confusion, it's not just athletes and weekend warriors who get athletes foot. The foot is at high risk for fungus infections; wearing socks and shoes tends to create a dark, moist, warm environment...

Posted by on in Running
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...

Posted by on in Running
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...

Posted by on in Running
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 Running
Training Tips for a Half Marathon Pre-Training: When training for a half-marathon, you should be able to run for at least 30 minutes without stopping. When starting it is not about the distance, you just need to get your body used to this type of exercise. Try to not only run on a treadmill; you should try and run outside because...
This series will explore the most common running injuries, their treatment, and prevention. In this entry, Black Toe AKA Runner's Toe.
This series will explore the most common running injuries, their treatment, and prevention. In this entry, Hallux Limitus.
This series will explore the most common running injuries, their treatment, and prevention. In this entry, plantar fasciitis (heel pain).

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A common problem with runners, a black toenail can be a sign of a larger problem. Find out how to help prevent this injury.

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