Prevention & care for black toenails, blisters, and other maladies runners may find their feet suffering from.

Runner's Feet 101: Black Toenails, Blisters, & more.

Runners toenail saving shoe tying tip. (Note to self: This is the same tie I use for my narrow heel slipping issue.)

Runners toenail saving shoe tying tip. (Note to self: This is the same tie I use for my narrow heel slipping issue.

When training for a 5K, or any type of race, your feet are your #1 ally. Many runners (and athletes of all kinds, for that matter) take their feet and toes or granted, and don’t realize how much pain and discomfort they can inflict when they are aren’t well cared for. Black toenail is one of the most common problems runner’s face when it comes to their feet, and they can happen to runners and race trainers of all types.

When training for a or any type of race, your feet are your We detail several tips to help prevent and treat black toenail from running.

10,000 sounds like a lot? Not if you know how to do it right! Hop over to the #Runtastic blog to find out how to increase your daily steps & have fun while walking. Oh, and some tips on how to keep your feet & toes clean and healthy.

7 Easy Ways To Reach 10000 Steps A Day

Anyone who's ever run a tough, hilly race or long run more than a few times, especially on trails, can probably guess what "jogger's toe" refers to. The black,

Black toenails are not only painful, but can end up infected as well. We examine the scientific literature for the causes and treatments for jogger's toe

An authentic feel, pose would highlight the headband and possible leg band.

Running Rx: What to do when your workout wrecks your toenails

Stretching is crucial before and after running. It allows your muscles to stretch and be more flexible as you reach greater heights in your running goals

....and polish the skin on the toes with the missing nails just to make them look like you have all 10 :)

Why can I never seem to get all 10 toenails to cooperate for sandal season?

5 Ways to Show Your Running Feet Some Love ~ 1. Self-massage with a tennis ball 2. Trim your toenails 3. Exfoliate dry skin with bath gloves or pumice stone & moisturize 4. Stretch! Kneel with toes pointing toward knees on floor. For front, gently push top of toes into floor. 5. Ease inflammation using bottle; fill 1/2 w/ ice & fill with water. Put on top of towel for condensation & roll foot over

5 Ways to Show Your Running Feet Some Love

Get Relief With an Icy Water Bottle-stretches for runners and those who wear high heels

Not recommended for black toenails #runners #toenails

Not recommended for black toenails

What You Need To Know About Your Gross Runner's Toenails.

What You Need To Know About Your Nightmare Runner’s Toenails

Nasty Picture, but helpful information.  Advice to runners: How to [try &] keep your toenails. (- The Peaceful Runner)

Black toenails from running--what causes them and how can you prevent them?

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