Whether you overpronate, underpronate, or your gait is totally normal, here’s what it means for your performance.
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Written By: Runner's World EditorsPhotography by: Fotos593/Shutterstock
Here’s what to do if you get a blister and how to prevent it from affecting your running again. To put it simply: dealing with blisters is an actual pain. If you’re here, you probably already know that blisters are those red, raised areas that look like bubbles and occur mostly on the feet. Located […]
Article added January 12, 2018 Categories Featured Shoes and Gear, Injury Prevention, Shoes and Gear, Training
Written By: Ally SpiroffPhotography by: Gts/Shutterstock
Chances are, you’ve lost one to your training – with no ill effects (besides the yuck factor). So, what gives? Do toenails help running? What do doctors say?
Written By: Emily AbbatePhotography by: Jonathon Kambouris and Cheryl Seligman
Meet the obsessive runners who will do anything – and spend everything – to get their feet inside a pair of Nike’s most hyped and least available shoes.