There are many things you can do at the gym but there’s one impermissible thing that you shouldn’t be doing when working out — wearing the wrong shoes. When lifting weights, you need a pair that has a flat sole so keep your feet grounded for more stability. It helps with lessening the impact to your knees, soles and lower back too. If you’re a cardio-freak, lightweight trainers are the best but make sure that you choose something with a good textured sole for better grip if you prefer running in the outdoors.
When it comes to HIIT training, there are equal parts functional and mobility. Whichever way your HIIT workouts swing, make sure you have the right shoes to allow optimum performance and minimum impact. Here are our tried and tested reviews on the shiniest new kicks for HIIT.