• Tips to Treat and Prevent Runner's Rash

    Tips to Treat and Prevent Runner's Rash

    Runner’s rash is a very common problem caused by the repetitive rubbing of skin during running. The continuous friction and rubbing often lead to chafing. The rashes usually appear as red patches, scratches or bumps on the skin. They mostly develop under the bust, on the thighs, groin, under the arms, and buttocks.
  • 8 Tips for Running in the Rain this Monsoon

    8 Tips for Running in the Rain this Monsoon

    Running in the rain is a fantastic way to simultaneously strengthen your immune system, mind, and confidence! You can complete your run and make it as enjoyable as possible by following this advice for running in the rain.
  • Tips to Select the Right Footwear for Different Activities

    Tips to Select the Right Footwear for Different Activities

    The adverse effects of wearing footwear unsuitable for a particular activity should not be understated. It can wreck irreversible damage on your joints and cause chronic pain and inflammation. The right shoe will support your foot and the surrounding muscles the right way according to the activity that the foot is performing and it is only fair that your foot gets the deserved attention...
  • Running Blisters: How to Prevent & Stay Blister-Free When You Run

    Running Blisters: How to Prevent & Stay Blister-Free When You Run

    Foot blisters are the most common foot injury in sport and it still remains poorly understood by many. The high incidence from this seemingly benign injury continues to grow at an alarming rate and is proving to be higher than any other condition affecting the human foot. The three major contributors to running blisters include heat, moisture and friction.
  • What is Runner’s Rash ?

    What is Runner’s Rash ?

    Chafing is a common skin irritation problem that is usually caused by repetitive friction, mainly generated through skin-to-skin or clothing-to-skin contact. This irksome skin issue can occur due to a number of things, ranging from gentle to perilous and can come about anywhere on your body.