It’s not just activities like running, weightlifting and football that could cause injuries. Despite its reputation as being an  ideal low-impact exercise, walking can also lay you up if you’re not careful. Injuries ranging from blisters to tendinitis happen to walkers, but that certainly doesn’t mean you should hang up your walking shoes. “The benefits of walking for exercise outweigh the risks,” says Liz Poppert, an assistant professor of physical therapy at the University of Southern California. Here are a few of the most common walking injuries and tips on how to manage them — or avoid them altogether. BLISTERS

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Common Walking Injuries and How to Avoid Them