Your aincent Sneakers for training have they given their due a long time ago, but you love them so much that you simply don't have the heart to throw them away?
Believe me, you would certainly not be thrilled by a scenario in which the same worn-out footwear would cause serious and permanent consequences for your health. Therefore, before it completely changes its shape and causes discomfort, replace with a new one!
As things stand, you will get new tennis shoes, first try them in the four walls of your home, and it will be much more fun if you start with practicing in pairs.
How to decide on buying real sneakers and what to pay attention to when choosing, we reveal in the rest of the blog.
Sneakers are chosen according to activities
All sneakers they are not intended for the same activities,therefore to begin with, think about the exercises you plan to perform.
If you've decided to pull the treadmill out of the attic and get fit in your own four walls, light sneakers with a soft and smooth sole are your ideal choice.
If you are more attracted to strength exercises, i.e. lifting weights and kettlebells that you can easily perform in your room, then choose tennis shoes with flat, thin and harder sole which will contribute to stable and firm contact with the substrate.
The breathable materials of the sneakers will provide freshness to your feet
Who says working out at home can't be just as effective as in the gym? Make your entire training easier and choose instead of synthetic fabrics light and airy materials. They will allow your feet to "breathe", provide them with freshness and thus make the exercise a pleasant activity.
More comfortable exercise with sneakers adapted to the individual shape of the foot
Although color and design are the most common factors on which to decide whether to buy a particular pair of shoes or not, you should definitely take into account whether they fit sneaker shape feet.
There are several different foot shapes, of which the three basic shapes are determined by the height of the arch.
Flat feet you will recognize if your old and torn sneakers are most worn on the inside, which is called pronation.
If you have such a foot shape, we advise you to choose stable tennis shoes with solid central part of the sole in which you can insert anatomical insoles.
On the other hand, the external wear of sneakers indicates supination, i.e. raised feet, when it is best to resort to light tennis shoes with soft soles, that is, shoes with insoles softer than the base part of the sole.
They correspond to the last, normal type of feet almost all sneakers, so you can choose models whatever your heart desires. But don't forget about the type of activity you'll need them for!
The comfort of footwear is more important than its appearance
We know that sneakers with a trendy look and spring colors attract attention and highlight the entire outfit, but when it comes to choosing sneakers for exercise, preference should still be given comfortable tennis shoes.
Uncomfortable, i.e. too small, tight or tennis shoes intended for the opposite sex can cause pain, blisters, cramps in the feet and toes. And we believe that you don't want that, especially not after a hard training session.
Finally, which Modeline sneaker model to choose?
The choice is quite wide, so think about narrowing it down a bit :
- footwear brand which you adore or which will simply fit into yours overall sporty look
- form and material sneakers you plan to get i
- the amount you are ready to set aside for purchase
Take a look at Modeline's spring collection and choose the best sneakers for home training.