Best Athletic Shoes For Circuit Training in 2021
adidas Men's Alphabounce Rc 2 Running Shoe Real Blue/Grey, 7 M US
- Versatile shoes for running or cross-training
- Regular fit; Lace closure; Sock-like construction hugs the foot
- Supportive Forgedmesh upper; Light and breathable air mesh upper
- Weight: 10.9 ounces (size 9); Midsole drop: 10 mm (heel: 23 mm / forefoot: 13 mm)
- Durable Adiwear outsole; Flexible Bounce midsole cushioning
Inov-8 Mens All Train 215 | Lightweight Cross Training Athletic Shoe | for Versatile Training | Great Support When Weight Lifting and Power Lifting |Grey/Blue Green M11/ W12.5
- Lightweight cushioning delivers superior comfort
- Sticky rubber outsole provides enhanced durability and maximum grip
- Heel technology improves squat depth and makes for a stable lifting base
- Great for Olympic lifting and power lifting, perfect squat and deadlift shoe
- Rubber toe bumper provides increased protection during plyometric movements such as box jumps and burpees
Nike Women's Flex Trainer 9 Sneaker, Black/White-Anthracite, 8 Regular US
- LIGHTWEIGHT FLEXIBILITY: Built for low-impact workouts and circuit training, these women's shoes are designed for flexibility and traction.
- DYNAMIC CONTAINMENT: Synthetic upper and heel strap of the Nike shoe adds support and containment.
- DURABLE DESIGN: Foam midsole is durable enough to double as the outsole, dramatically reducing weight. Rubber in high-wear areas adds durability.
- BREATHABLE COMFORT: Mesh in the forefoot of these women's sneakers enhances breathability. Tri-star outsole pattern expands to disperse pressure.
- NIKE SHOES WOMEN: Imported, rubber sole, textile and synthetic.
Nike Men's Metcon Sport Training Shoe Dark Grey/White/Cool Grey Size 10.5 M US
Ryka Women's Influence Cross Training Shoe, Black/Green, 9.5 M US
- Traction outsole with footprint design and pivot points for ease of movement
- Flex-foil and direct Fuse layers provide support
- Dual density foam midsole with high impact N-Gage EVA energy return provides shape retention and cushioning on impact
Nike Air Zoom Superrep Mens HIIT Class Circuit Training Shoe Cd3460-701 Size 10.5
- Style#: CD3460-701
- 2 Zoom Air units in the forefoot are lightweight and responsive for jumping. Cushlon foam at the heel helps absorb impact from high-intensity reps and cushions during lifts.
- A plate runs the length of your foot for stability as you move through your routine. It distributes pressure over the Zoom Air units to activate responsive cushioning.
- The flexible slip-on design is covered with mesh for breathability, durability and a supportive feel.
- Split sole and arc on the side support multidirectional movement.
Reebok Men's Nano 9 Cross Trainer, Black/White/Gold, 11.5 M US
- Rubber sole
- Lace up
- Women Size Down 1.5 sizes for fit
Merrell Women's Trail Glove 4 Hiking Shoe, Persian Red, 7
Reebok Women's HIIT Training Shoe Cross Trainer, Stucco/Chalk/Pure Grey, 9 M US
- Mesh upper
- Designed for: HIIT workouts
- Comfortable, supportive feel
- Lightweight EVA foam cushioning
- Tongue pull for easy pull-on
ASICS Women's Gel-Excite 4 Running Shoe, Black/White/Knockout Pink, 11 M US
Review: Shoe Spinners, Walk N Roll Shoes
I came across Spinner sneakers at my local Walmart this past weekend. When I saw them I fell in love with the actual shoe first. When I flipped them over I realized that they had not one, but two wheels on the bottom of the shoe
I came across Spinner sneakers at my local Walmart this past weekend. When I saw them I fell in love with the actual shoe first. When I flipped them over I realized that they had not one, but two wheels on the bottom of the shoe. This basically meant that Spinner's would be a hell of a lot easier to skate around on without loosing balance and falling.
One problem though...they only had children's sizes. I searched through the stacks of Spinner's and searched for at least a size 8. The largest size I was able to find them in were a 7. My usual size is an 8-8.5. I assumed there was no way in hell I would be able to comfortably wear a size 7.
I opened the box anyways, and looked at the shoe. The size 7's looked big...in fact, big enough for my feet. Just to test it, I put the shoe on. There was room, and room left over...plenty of it.
Now usually I would never ever fit in a child's size 7...I knew that these shoes were bigger than the number size placed on them.
I bought them of course. Heeley's would of cost me $55.00-$65.00; and the Walmart Spinner's only were $20.00, and designed better! Hot deal!
I ended up walking away with the girl version of Spinners. They are pink and white in color, with a cute logo S (for Spinners) on the outer side of the shoe.
Spinner's come in other colors such as black and pink, or black and silver for boys.
The two wheels on the bottom of the shoe can be removed using a screw driver. The tool does not come with the shoes, and it appears to be quite annoying to screw and unscrew the wheels each time you want to walk without the wheels.
At home I tied the Spinners tightly and made my way outside. Walking was a bit difficult, and I sort of had to tippy toe, otherwise I could loose balance. It took a bit of practice, and eventually I was able to comfortably find a way to walk in them without falling.
Balancing on the Spinners was a hell of a lot easier then what I recalled from Heeley's. Both wheels are positioned toward to back end of the shoe, when you raise your front foot up slightly you roll.
I found that the easiest places to roll were on clean flat surfaces. Carpets create lag and do not allow you to skate at all. Linoleum also slows you down, as does gravel.
Home Depot was like a giant skating rink for me. Fun till I got caught. Other places that really make Spinner's come to life include shopping centers, supermarkets, and so on. Careful for the employees though, they tend to bat an evil eye at those on sneakers with wheels. Some may even kick you out. Hehehe!
Overall it took me about 20 minutes to fully feel comfortable with the shoe. This 20 minutes includes learning how to walk in them while the wheels are on, learning how to roll with them, and learning how to stop. Although the first 20 minutes are like a self taught tutorial...it's as fun as hell.
Spinner's are probably the funnest freaking shoes I have ever owned. I loved skating in the big 80's, so it was apparent as to why I would fall in love with these shoes.
Balancing is easy; thanks to the two wheels. The appearance of the shoe is stylish and adorable. The shoe is also extremely comfortable, which is surprising because I'm never able to find a comfortable pair of shoes.
Best of all though, the shoes designed for kids, fit my feet. I'm normally a size 8/8.5...so for those with this shoe size, I can safely say that the size 7 will fit, with room to spare.
For $20.00 you seriously cannot find better. They may not be 100% safe from injury, but they are a hell of a lot safer then those horrendous Heeley's.
Christmas is around the corner, and I feel that Spinner's would make an awesome gift for young and old alike. (Just not too old).
-You can pick up a pair of Spinner's at any local Walmart, or online.