Training Shoes vs. Running Shoes: What's the Difference?

From running laps to weight training, your shoe of choice can be impacting the efficiency of your workout!

In this Kickstart Workout tip, certified personal trainer Holly Rilinger talks about how to gear up for the gym.Holly explains the difference between training shoes vs running shoes. Running shoes and training shoes are made with different soles to help you maximize performance for your workout. Running shoes are lighter on the feet but have also have a lot less cushioning, training shoes on the other hand are heavier but have a lot extra cushion to take on the extra weight when you lift.

 

Duration: 00:54. Last Updated On: 2015-07-15
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