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Choosing the Right Shoe for Exercise

CHOOSING THE RIGHT SHOE FOR EXERCISE Every terrain and surface requires different kind of shoes. Are you going for running, cycling, weight lifting or any other workout, the type of shoe we choose really matt- ers. Today, we will guide you in choosing the right shoes for various exercise and sports. Check this guide out for some worthwhile advice. RUNNING Most popular running shoes - Structural features reduce over pronation STABILITY MOTION CONTROL - Stiffer heel and more support in the arch Designed for runners with low archs - Provides shock absorption - Minimal arch support CUSHION CYCLING - Soles are compatible with clip- CASUAL less pedal systems, even though RIDING they look like sandals - For a casual riding, shoes aren't necessary so choose something you find comfortable and that provides cushioning LIGHT HIKING SHOES WEIGHT LIFTING MINIMAL SHOES - Provide almost the same benefits as that of barefoot If allowed, go barefoot as it helps to strengthen your muscles. FIELD & COURT SPORTS - Rubber Sole for Traction - Designed for side-to-side movement - More padding in front Good For Volleyball VOLLEYBALL -Lightweight, low ankle, with a thin and firm Good For Tennis, COURT SPORT- Badminton rubber sole & Squash Usually white soled to avoid scuffing Shock absorbing midsole and non-marking outsole that provide comfort, ankle support, and traction Good For BASKETBALL- Basketball CLEATS- METAL OR PLASTIC SPIKES SHOES METAL PLASTIC CLEATS HYBRID FIELD SPORT Basketball and Golf Footall and Soccer Provide Traction Sportsplayed on Turf Workout Trends

Choosing the Right Shoe for Exercise

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Ever wondered why there are so many sports injuries like twisted ankle, sprain in hamstring etc. We need a solid Base to be able to perform at our best in sports/ exercise & that’s where the right s...

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