Hi, does anyone have any solution to stop nails popping off! As soon as I start training, even short runs, I can feel that tingling feeling, especially my right foot nails. I usually lose about five training for a marathon. I never had the problem in Australia so i'm wondering if it's got something to do with colder, damper British weather. And yes i always wear clean socks and dry my feet properly. any suggestions?
Sounds like you need bigger shoes? Try going up half a size.
have you tried vasaline on your feet before you run i lost two nails but have lost none since trying this
A chiropodist would be able to tell you if you do have a fungal infection, or if there is another cause.
they're homesick toe nails and taking the opportunity to run back down under ...
i think you need to be a size bigger in your trainers,and it depends on your mileage,if you are moving up to fast then you will be losing them,your increase in mileage should be 10% so if your extending your distance from 9miles then you only need to move to a 10 until you are comfortable then so on,also it could be upping your speed aswell,and also speed and mileage together,hope this helps.
I think it is a bit too general to say that Asics are the best for women, they may be best for some women but certainly not all
A few suggestions for other makes/ models that control pronation are Mizuno Wave Inspire, Nike Structure Triax, Saucony pro grid Omni/ Guide/ Hurricaine, maybe go to a running shop and try some on to see how they feel
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