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Dear Podiatrists/pod students,

Next month, i will be participating in the LA Marathon. The run is 26.2 miles and to prepare for this event I've been running every other day ~5 miles. My concern is the training may be wearing down my feet. Nothing major, just developing some calluses. However, i was wondering if their are any tips on preserving the integrity of my feet for the upcoming run. is it safe to just work through even when calluses are still fresh? any tips or advice would be most appreciated. thanks guys.
 

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Dear Podiatrists/pod students,

Next month, i will be participating in the LA Marathon. The run is 26.2 miles and to prepare for this event I've been running every other day ~5 miles. My concern is the training may be wearing down my feet. Nothing major, just developing some calluses. However, i was wondering if their are any tips on preserving the integrity of my feet for the upcoming run. is it safe to just work through even when calluses are still fresh? any tips or advice would be most appreciated. thanks guys.

This forum is not for giving out medical advice.
 
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Dear Podiatrists/pod students,

Next month, i will be participating in the LA Marathon. The run is 26.2 miles and to prepare for this event I've been running every other day ~5 miles. My concern is the training may be wearing down my feet. Nothing major, just developing some calluses. However, i was wondering if their are any tips on preserving the integrity of my feet for the upcoming run. is it safe to just work through even when calluses are still fresh? any tips or advice would be most appreciated. thanks guys.

Because of the liabilty issue we cannot give medical advice. If you'd like to PM me and talk homeboy to homeboy. I'd be happy to chat.
 
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