After 30 years of casual running, Kerry was having major trouble with toe blisters. She needed a half marathon blister prevention plan, and quick!
With the help of his podiatrist, Russell built a hiking blister prevention plan that comprehensively dealt with his blisters. See how he did it.
Ashley is a runner who's suffering with a painful corn between toes 4 and 5. And it's infected! He's wondering what more he could do to stop it.
Dr Martin Fryer uses footwear modifications, Compeed and ENGO Blister Patches in his ultramarathon blister prevention plan. See how he does it.
I must say, lateral midfoot or styloid process blisters are not common. However, if you have got a blister here, here's what you need to do.
Blisters appearing somewhere between the ball of the foot and the base of the toes (distal forefoot blisters) are uncommon and confusing, but preventable.
Luke's training for his first marathon. He's tried 3 pairs of shoes but is still getting hotspots under his feet. Read Luke's complex hotspot case study.
Wondering should a blister be exposed to the air to let it dry out. Does it heal faster? Well, at best, it's inconsequential. At worst, it delays healing.
Days, weeks, longer? How long does it really take for blisters to heal? Here's a photographic timeline of my last blister showing it took a bit over 6 weeks.
Some people swear by using wool to prevent blisters, especially toe blisters. Let's find out how it works, which micron to use, how to apply it and more.