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To avoid painful blisters and other problems, let an expert help you find the right shoe for you—one that’s comfortable, works for your biomechanics, meets your running goals and budget, and of course fits you well. It’s important to fit your shoe based on your longest toe, which is not necessarily your big toe.
If you experience blisters (and your shoes fit properly), your socks might to blame. Cotton socks can be rough on the toes, so I recommend buying several pairs of socks designed specifically for runners with smooth, sweat-wicking fabric. Two brands I love: Feetures! and Pro Compression.
—Taylor Ryan, certified personal trainer, runner, and creator of LiftingRevolution.com
We asked elite runners, coaches, doctors, and more to share their very best advice to help you run farther, faster, longer, and stronger
We asked elite runners, coaches, doctors, and more to share their very best advice to help you run farther, faster, longer, and stronger.