Yes, it is. Zinx oxide can help prevent blisters, but make sure you put it on properly (don't forget to warm it with your hands too, then it sticks better.)Chris_2oo6 said:
I'm sure his PTIs will love him when he turns up for a CFT in his 'good, well fitting trainers'.merlin162 said:I put E45 cream on my feet every night as recommended by my Chiropodist I also remove the hard skin. I walk the hills everyday as part of my Civvi job and suffer no problems. If your shins cause problems lay of the road work in boots, wear good well fitting trainers not fashion items, bought from a proper running shop, (they should check your gait etc and let you try running around in them outside the shop) not JJB sports. Boots and roads should be a once a month job, if your not used to them!
Why haven't any of your training staff passed on advice / tricks of the trade etc?Chris_2oo6 said:
Are you a man or a mouse? If you're a man, then just grin and bear it, you know what they say - no pain, no gain. However, if, you're a mouse (like me) put some zinc oxide tape around your heels - in three strips slightly overlapping - the night before so it can meld to your heels. Wear socks in bed so it doesn't come off in bed.Chris_2oo6 said: