Q I’ve just started running and love the adrenaline burst I get from my 5K efforts, but I hate the blisters that I get almost every time I run. How can I cure this painful problem?A. Painful blisters are caused by friction between the skin
Q Ive bought some new shoes which give me blisters on the inside of the arches on both feet. My previous shoes were fine, and the new pair are designed to offer excellent foot support. So have I just chosen the wrong ones? Im 12.5st and I run
Q Ive developed a recurring blister between my big toe and the one next to it. Ive tried taping up the area and also using petroleum jelly, all to no avail. Its now making me miss training.A As youve discovered, petroleum jelly is not durable
Bodyglide Anti Blister and Chafing Stick (£12)Kerry says: Because when it comes to blisters, prevention is much better than cure. Blisters and roughness caused by chafing can be frustrating and painful - and this stick is compact enough to tote in a
Q Ive been running for over 20 years now, but have noticed that Ive become much more susceptible to blisters. I dont think Im doing anything differently, so could my age have something to do with my sore feet?A This is a problem
It's 3am on the night before the final stage and I'm sobbing into my sleeping bag. Like every other night, I'm struggling to sleep because the blisters on my feet are so painful. With only one 17K stage to go, I should be feeling confident that I
and tend to any blisters; Carnation Hydrocolloid Blister Care dressings are the best to use – they heal the blister from the inside, and stay firmly in place, even after showering. They simply fall off when the healing process is complete. Remove any hard
around for a while making friends. I also paid a second visit to the medical tent, where I learned that the French for blister is 'ampoule'. I'll be saying 'ampoule' a lot in the next few days.A small confession: I started this race daring to wonder where
From meeting the experts to writing to-do lists, here's all you need to know ahead of the Virgin London Marathon 2012.Mile-By-Mile GuideOur interactive mile-by-mile guide is packed with details of the landmarks you'll spot en route, where to find refreshment stations and local t...
It's almost here! Well done - you've trained through one of the worst winters in the UK ever and now it's time to enjoy what lies ahead - 26.2 miles, one great expo, one of the best marathons in the world and London's biggest party...From meeting the experts to writing to-do list...
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