Hikers in the older days often used liner socks under their regular socks to prevent blisters, and some traditionalists still do. Two layers of sock slide against each other and reduce friction on the skin, but some folks don't like the thickness of the two layers or the slipping feeling. Enter WrightSock. It has been my go-to for the past few years. Each sock is composed of two layers sewn together into one sock. The layers are each very thin, so the finished sock doesn't feel any thicker than a regular sock. And I've never gotten a blister in WrightSocks (yet).
There seem to be two camps when it comes to the idea of working out with your significant other: 1. No way! 2. No other way! Well, either way, there is some research that will either challenge your resistance or will validate your lifestyle. Let’s see what’s what in the workouts plus one.