TRAINING SHOES AS THE BASIS FOR YOUR FITNESS
Our feet have to carry a heavy load every day. Unfortunately, we often pay too little attention to them. Malpositions are often not noticed, over time the shape of the foot can change and a shoe that fitted perfectly some time ago is now no longer suitable. It is especially good to walk barefoot regularly. Of course, sports and fitness also contribute to a healthy lifestyle. With the right training shoe from Keller Sports, you are perfectly prepared for your next training session! Fitness and sporting activities are the best way to compensate for a sedentary job. Our well-being depends on the choice of the right fitness shoes. Above all, fitness shoes must be comfortable and ergonomically adapt to the shape of the foot. Only perfectly fitting training shoes ensure optimal training success. If blisters and pressure marks are the result of a strenuous training session, many recreational athletes quickly hang their fitness clothing back on the hook. Fitness shoes should provide the best possible relief for the joints and - depending on the type of sport - have appropriate cushioning. Some sports put a lot of strain on the joints. For example, Zumba shoes should have excellent cushioning, because this sport involves a lot of jumping and bouncing. When jogging and running, you should also wear fitness shoes that cushion the movement and thus optimally relieve the spine.
THE RIGHT SHOE FOR YOUR FITNESS SPORT
If you mainly do indoor sports, indoor shoes belong in your training bag. With a non-marking sole, these fitness shoes ensure that you don't leave any paint marks on the light-coloured hall floor. Good fitness shoes should compensate for slight deformities. If you have a flat, hollow or splay foot, you should wear special fitness shoes that adapt to the shape of your foot for sports that put a strain on the joints, such as jogging, running or Zumba. The bending of the ankle joint, the so-called pronation, also plays a role in choosing the right fitness shoes. If your foot bends more in a certain direction when you run, you need fitness shoes that stabilize the foot in the regions concerned. Depending on the direction in which the foot bends, this is called supination or overpronation. If the foot is loaded mainly in the inner area, this is called overpronation. If the foot is supinated, the joint tends to bend outwards. Athletes who put their foot down normally have the advantage that they can use all fitness shoes. In these cases, the type of sport and the personal training condition determine the cushioning of the fitness shoes. Depending on the type of sport, there are also fitness shoes that should primarily have a supporting and stabilizing effect.
IN TRAINING SHOES FOR OPTIMAL SUCCESS
If you are a passionate athlete who trains for several sports, it is best to choose training shoes that are suitable for a variety of uses. If you regularly go to the gym and do Zumba or aerobics on the side, you should choose fitness shoes that meet these requirements. For running outdoors, you should definitely buy a pair of separate training shoes, because on uneven terrain you need particularly stable support and excellent cushioning. In addition to stability, the breathability of the material used is of crucial importance. Manufacturers use innovative fabrics that wick away moisture to the outside. This means that your foot is always pleasantly ventilated and moisture can escape to the outside.