If you’re like many runners who use glasses or contacts to correct their vision, Runner's World has some advice for you.
The magazine spoke with runner and optometrist John Womack, O.D., of Jacksonville, Florida, to get learn about some of the mistakes you might be making and how to take care of your eyes.
Womack says there are four basic mistakes that runners make.
The first is simple: wearing your everyday glasses when you run. Glasses that block out UV rays are a must, he says.
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