Tell me which tennis shoes you wear and I will guess the sport you practice
When exercising, the feet represent the part of the body that suffers the most. Therefore, choosing the right shoes is essential for the sake of somebody´s health. Shoe features such as shock absorption, the sole, zippers and the material used for its manufacturing are important to make the right decision as to which shoe we should buy. More importantly than the actual brand is how they will prevent you from getting injured while practicing a sport.
If you are into basketball, the best shoes are those with a high shock absorption system and a firm clamping to the ankle. Sole flexibility and ground gripping are also important to keep up with sudden drifting when playing. To be able to have a high performance, you should pick shoes with stability, speed, and get them as light as they can be. Also, ensure you get those with “boost technology” and anatomical design that could wrap up your feet and alleviate the pressure.
For cycling, shoes should be comfy and as light as possible with a zipping system to ease its adjustment to the feet. The sole must be rigid so it could transmit the paddling power from the leg to the pedals and at the same time avoid any injuries. The high-performance models and ultralight designs use carbon material to produce the soles. Carbon is the most adequate material for this kind of shoes.
Rapid movements and sudden brakes cannot be taken for granted as easily just by wearing any regular tennis shoes. The sole traction must go with the type of surface on the field. To have a better performance, shoes should have an exceptional gripping and side-sole reinforcement. There are many shoe models with safety zipper, made with breathable materials, and high comfort technology to provide a better resistance against wear and tear caused by side-to-side moves, throws, etc.
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