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Aaron Palya, BS MS Kinesiology Program Proper Attire For Runners
Overview Clothing Apparel Proper Footwear – Orthotics Temperature – Extreme Weather – Layering Recommendations Future Talks
Invest in “technical running gear” Pulls away or “wicks” moisture – Dries quickly – Breathable Avoid cotton – Evaporation/Cooling No chafing – Body Glide Clothing Apparel
Safety: Wear bright, contrasting colors Reflective clothing at night Prevention of Blisters Appropriate socks (synthetic blend) Vaseline Double Up Sweat=blisters! Clothing Apparel (cont.)
Great Tips: Minimal heel-to-toe drop Neutral shoes Lightweight Change every ~350 miles Wide toe box Proper Footwear
Things to Avoid: Excessive cushioning High heel to toe drop Store bought orthotics Buying after walking only Brand loyalty Proper Footwear (cont.)
Commercial orthotics provide little protection Dr. Scholls Orthotics should be custom made for your foot and shoe Podiatrists Physical Therapists Orthotics
Heat: Sunglasses, visor, hat to provide protection Less is more Loose fitting Cold: Compression under, windbreaker over Running tights Hat/Gloves-heat loss from head Extreme Weather
Base layer Dry as possible, transports moisture from skin Wool and synthetics are best options Mid layer Insulation Fleece Venting Layering in the Cold
Outer Layer Soft shells (wind resistance) Waterproof Breathable Hats, Gloves, etc. Importance of keeping extremities warm Layering in the Cold (cont.)
Add degrees to outside temperature – 50 degrees and up: – Summer running attire (short sleeves, shorts, hat) – degrees: – Long tights, long sleeves w/ arm warmers, thin gloves – degrees: – Wool underwear, high socks, double up or thin jacket – 0 to 20 degrees: – Wind/water blocking fabric, insulated jacket, neck gaiter Temperature
Find what works for you! Comfort Performance Be open to change! Brands switch styles/fabrics Support local stores! Fewer and fewer exist Recommendations
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