Mine was… for a very long time!
Let me explain friction and blister care (blister prevention and blister treatment).Read More
LEARN HOW TO TREAT BLISTERS ON FEET To Heal Them Fast - MASTER THE ART OF BLISTER PREVENTION To Stop Them From Coming Back - DISCOVER WHAT CAUSES BLISTERS In Your Activity (Running - Hiking - Netball - Tennis) - Enjoy BLISTER-FREE FEET Once More!
There are two types of double-socking: double layers socks and literally wearing two separate socks.
And we'll have a look at the fibre content of Wright Socks, Fortisocks and ArmaSkin socks.Read More
You’ve only ever had patchy success in the past (or perhaps no success at all)
You don’t know how to tell good advice from bad
So you keep choosing the wrong strategies for your blisters
And wasting money on products that were never going to work
(But you keep buying new shoes, only to keep getting blisters)
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few months, you'll know that John Vonhof's 6th edition of Fixing Your Feet is now available worldwide. If you're an athlete of any persuasion or involved in foot care, you owe it to yourself to add this book to your collection. My copy came all the way through Europe with me.Read More
Runners, athletes and hikers worldwide tape their feet to prevent blisters. Not only that, go to any Podiatrist complaining of blisters and they'll tape your feet. And show you how to do it yourself. And if you present to the first aid or foot care tent at any event, chances are, you'll be getting your foot taped.Read More
How reducing peak pressure helps in blister prevention
Remember this video? I showed that if you reduce friction levels (I did it here with Vaseline), you can reduce your chance of getting blisters. That was all about friction. But I could have left friction levels alone and reduced pressure instead, by not pressing so hard. The problem with this approach when managing foot blisters is ...Read More
The fact is, the mainstream management of blisters is misinformed. Sure it works some of the time. But when it doesn't work, we're lost. The reason ... that word 'rubbing'!Read More
Foot blisters deserve more attention and improved outcomes considering their prevalence. It’s not that blisters are an insignificant injury – just take Andy Murray’s 2013 Australian Open final situation as an example. But it seems that because they are an injury of the skin rather than the musculoskeletal system, they tend to be relegated to an injury of lesser importance.Read More
Foot blisters are the most common injury in sport. Fact! That's why I help athletes treat blisters properly. And prevent them in the first place.