Are you wearing the correct shoes for your workouts?
When I first started working out I literally wore the same trainers when running, walking, weight lifting or doing group HIIT classes. However, I soon noticed that I was getting random injuries and pains and this led me to find out that there were sport specific shoes available. I then invested in weightlifting/workout trainers and running trainers and haven’t looked back since.
As summer is fading away and winter is fast approaching, my workout routine is going to change and I am going to be adding more long distance runs into my routine. Which is why I was excited when I got sent these Saucony Triumph ISO 4 to try out.
Whilst these trainers may not be the most trendy, they are perfect for long distance runners looking for a soft ride. The Triumph can be classed as a top spec neutral ride trainer for Saucony as they have created a product using a mixture of successes from previous models. At first glance I thought they would be heavy as I could see a lot of padding, but to my surprise they were quite light on my feet and very soft-cushioned.
What I really liked about these is that they already felt broken into. My feet felt extremely comfortable during throughout the entire duration of my run.
The only thing I will say is that they are expensive and retail at £140. However, it is an investment and a good quality trainer, so I think its worth it.