Women's Running

Healthy Feet, Happy Runner

BELIEVE IT OR NOT, the health and fitness of your feet make a huge impact on how well—and how long—you can run.

“We take between 1,000 and 1,500 steps per mile, and we land with two-and-a-half times our body weight on every one of those steps,” says Paul R. Langer, D.P.M., board-certified podiatrist

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