When it comes to working out, it can sometimes be confusing to know which type of footwear is best.
There are so many brands and types out there today that people often end up getting sold shoes that can actually hurt more than help when it comes to exercise.
The goal of exercise should be to strengthen your feet, yet many shoes do the opposite. They do too much to help “support” your feet, meaning that your feet cannot work to build their own strength or stability.
In the same way that having a cast on your arm or leg leads to weaker (but more stable) joints, so does having the wrong shoes.
What to Consider When Buying Shoes
When you do need new shoes, there are a few things that would be good to know before you make your final decision.
That’s why in this week’s video we will:
1) Break down what to consider when buying shoes for exercise
2) Explain how the foot works and why it’s important to train it
3) Give recommendations on which brands are good for your feet
So, if you want to make sure you are doing right by your feet (and supporting your overall strength and balance) check out the video below:
Once you have your shoes figured out, the next thing you need to consider is if you are doing the right exercises to get the results you want.
This is where we can help.
Getting results in fitness is not just about working hard, it’s about doing the right things to boost metabolism while also building strength, balance, and resilience to injury.
To do this effectively, you need a program that is designed with you in mind.
We all have different needs and starting points, so a one size fits all approach just doesn’t cut it most of the time.
To help you and others get the right fitness plan to reach your goals, we are running our 28-Day Kickstart Program. In this program you will get exact exercises you need and a coach and keep you accountable to your plan.
Here’s what is included:
- Full fitness and goals assessment
- Personalized fitness coaching to teach you the exact exercises you need to safely and effectively move better and build stamina
- A simple meal plan to help you decrease inflammation
- 1-on-1 success coaching to help guide you as you work to change your diet, exercise, and lifestyle habits
The truth is, you can build foot strength and balance while also working to boost metabolism and burn fat, you just need a program that can show you what is right for you.
Click here to learn more and take back control of your health and fitness today! Mint Condition Fitness empowers people to take control of their fitness and fully enjoy the life they have built.