I look at the Nike
I look at the Nike Romaleos 4 vs the Reebok Legacy Lifter Flexweave. How do they compare? Which is the best Oly lifter for you? Watch and find out what you need to know. #Nike #NikeTraining #CrossFit
Loving the videos! My only request is that you would use a tape measure to demonstrate the narrowness of the shoes because honestly, they all look pretty similar on videos. Anyway, thanks for the speedy reviews, keep 'em coming!
The extra hole on the heel is to let you lock the laces by looping the lace back in on itself and threading through to loop on the other side (like on running shoes)
What about Adipower1 ? I'm flat foot
how is just 2mm heel difference between , the reebook heel looks way bigger/taller.
Why im i even watching this, im too broke to buy any of these
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Barefoot VS Training Shoes VS Weightlifting Shoes.
A question I'm asked pretty frequently about #TrainingShoes on my shoe videos is, "What type of shoe should I wear for *insert activity*?
Over the last five years, I've reviewed over 50+ pairs of training shoes and #WeightliftingShoes, so I have a pretty good idea about the construction specs for multiple models. Blend that with my coaching background, and I've built a pretty good framework in regard to what shoes will benefit certain lifters best.
In this video, I compare and discuss barefoot lifting, working out in cross-training shoes, and using weightlifting #shoes.
0:50 Why barefoot lifting?
2:05 Why cross-training shoes?
3:36 Why lifting shoes?
5:25 Takeaway points
At the end of the day, unless you're training in a specific manner, cross-training shoes will likely be your best bet.
Hopefully, you're able to take something useful from this video. As always, if you have any questions drop them below!
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TRAINING SHOES EXPLAINED https://youtu.be/n-qWWKIq3no
You are a good talker make someone to buy anything and your store ???
Great vid. I would add that doing DLs and squats bare foot allow the athlete to excerpt more force off the ground. Having a sole between your feet and the ground will absorb some of that force, even stiffer soles.
well, we have about 10 muscle in the bottom of the feet that stabilize the feet. wearing a stability shoe is like wearing a neck brace. what happens if wear a neck brace every day for years? ya, the neck muscles will weaken. what about wearing stability shoes? same thing. after wearing stability shoes all the time for years, you will need stability to hold ur feet because the feet are too weak to support themselves. for me, it’s best to go barefoot, or wear minimalist shoes. i guess near-minimalist shoes are ok if i rotate with going barefoot.
I do all my lifting in socks, but once my feet stop growing (I’m 16) I want to get squat shoes since I have long legs and find it annoying I can only get to parallel on squats (6’2.5). Do you have tips for ankle mobility or any hip mobility exercises? I’ve been squatting for about a year, and my mobility has improved just from doing ankle and hip warm up exercises before my squats but I don’t know what to do on my rest days to further improve my mobility. Anyways, appreciate the channel and the fact that your videos are actually very informative and not just fluff bs info.
(Also I found one of your videos of the hovr rise 1s and bought them for baseball and overall running/ cutting and I love them)
Nice! I’m a fan of Adidas Powerlifts for a lot of my training. They’re half-way between training shoes and traditional lifters in my opinion.