Working out at home can be just as strenuous as working out at the gym. Knowing this, it is only right that you have the right* gear on to make those workouts a lot easier.
Adidas NMD RI
The NMD R1 silhouette, which is the abbreviated version of “nomad” is the ideal workout sneaker. The stretchy design allows for adequate movement of the foot and provides breathability, this is quintessential when working out in the summer months. The Boost cushioning at the midsole will absorb every movement and release right back to you. The sole is what you need for food traction on wet or dry surfaces.
New Balance- Fresh Foam 1080V10
The sock-like feature of this sneaker is what keeps the foot in place yet not restricted during your workouts. The eye-catching rocker shape of the sole allows for the person wearing them to run/walk at faster pace with ease.
APL TechLoom Phantom Runners
APL is an abbreviation for Athletic Propulsion Labs. This is the sneaker where fashion + innovation + athletics combined into one place to satisfy your gym to everyday-life needs. The neoprene tongue combined with 3D grid pattern is meant to provide optimal support when you need it most.
Nike Air Zoom SuperRep
Nike struct gold with this silhouette. This is the First sneaker created specifically for circuit training and those HIIT workouts. The cutout at the sole is designed to bend perfectly for those burpee’s, planks and mountain climbers that are slightly difficulty to execute with a typical gym sneaker.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36
This silhouette was designed with runners in mind. The heel is made of carbon rubber which makes for better durability and flexibility. The construction of the tongue provides a compact fit in the middle of your door for optimal support.
The beauty about all these sneakers listed is the diversity of them all. Yes they are gym sneakers yet each stylish enough to wear on that stroll to the supermarket. These sneakers listed each have a distinct technology that supports the foot in ways that sneakers meant for fashion will not.
What is your go-to workout sneaker? And why? We would love to know!