NMD is the abbreviation for “nomad.”, This shoe was designed for the modern day nomad who wants to run to the gym and then go straight into his or her lift. It was designed with lightweight comfort in mind, so you can feel light on your feet, but comfortable enough to continue to wear them all day long.
They have a stretchy upper design and very responsive cushioning. They look great on your feet while gripping any terrain you run along.
They are breathable, well ventilated, sturdy, light, and extremely comfortable.
These run a bit big. Also, the Primeknit line has a ‘sock-like’ feel, so this isn’t as sturdy for a tough leg day.
Designed with our CrossFit-ers in mind. Nike created a very functional sneaker that easily transitions from compound lifts like deadlifts and squats to high intensity impact training like running.
The Metcon is an extremely comfortable cross-trainer that offers support during your most rigorous workouts. It is durable, lightweight, and offers a flat sole for squats and other compound lifts.
Lightweight, durable, snug fit for support during functional training, but the low cut silhouette of the shoe allows for extreme ankle mobility.
Reviewers stated that it does not offer enough support or cushioning for our long distance runners.
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The Best Shoes for Cross Training
Cross training is the latest trend to hit the fitness world. Whether you’re going from boxing to the squat rack, or running your daily 3 miles and then walking into a Crossfit gym for your workout of the day, the most important aspect of your training gear should be your sneakers. From high impact to none at all to a couple of hours of light impact, it’s important that you have the proper sneakers that offer support, stability, and cushion to make sure you keep your joints healthy.
You’ll love the shoes in this collection, but there are other fine choices too. We’ve reviewed the popular Nike Air Max 270, as well as the Adidas Ultraboost and Adidas Ultraboost 19. Additionally, if you want to try something a little different then consider Converse and the best laceless sneakers for working out, too.
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