[B] is for Blisters

B   Blisters. They are almost inevitable. When I started running they were just a mild inconvenience as I never ran long enough for them to be a problem but as the kilometres started piling up they can turn into a real unpleasant issue.

After my first marathon, I lost four toe nails. After my second, I didn’t even get a blister.

The difference was properly fitted trainers. If you thinking about running a marathon, get an assessment in the sport shop where they will recommend the right shoes for you. Trust me, it is worth it.


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Elizabeth Seckman
    Apr 03, 2015 @ 03:50:32

    The idea of losing toe nails makes me cringe. I walk in flip flops…then have foot and hip pain. Unlike a wise you, I keep making the mistake. I need to just get proper walking shoes and stop being a goof.

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  2. Alex Hurst
    Apr 03, 2015 @ 13:49:33

    D: FOUR toenails?! How far did you run? T_T My toenails are small to begin with, and my feet are duck-shaped… now you’ve got me worried! 😛

    Alex Hurst, A Fantasy Author in Kyoto
    A-Z Blogging in April Participant

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  3. S. L. Hennessy
    Apr 03, 2015 @ 16:31:51

    I used to get them ALL the time from soccer and dance. Ugh.

    Good luck with the 2015 A to Z Challenge!
    A to Z Co-Host S. L. Hennessy



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