Let’s have a look at our sport gear today and probably the most important part, (and often the most neglected), – SHOES.
Here we have one universal rule “MATCH YOUR FOOTWEAR TO YOUR SPORT”.
Can you imagine a wrestler without wrestling shoes? Or can you imagine going for a serious hike without a proper hiking shoes? (I hope the answer is “no”.)
The shoes for a HIIT training session often incorporate special features like a high rubber midsole and added friction protection across the upper midfoot and toe areas, plus a harder, stickier sole to help stabilization and jumps.
They also provide a stable base for weight exercises, enough padding for running and jumping work.