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I know this isnt the most interesting post in the world but I figured maybe some of you guys might have some good info on this. I never really gave a shit about what type of shoes I wore to train in as long as they were clean and somewhat comfortable. However since I hit the 40 yr old range my feet seem to be really taking a beating lately. Ive been using the pharmacy type insoles but not with much success. What type or make of shoes do you guys wear for working out, running, etc. Any help would be appreciated....AR....
   
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I like to go super heavy on leg day and I've had this same issue. I bought the Nike shox. I got the a half size bigger and they seem to really help

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I think your going to find majority of lifters wearing Chuck Taylors or any shoe with a wide and firm minimal footbed. Wrestling shoes, Van's, dedicated lifting/crossfit shoes are built like this as well. Others prefer nothing. I'm a competitive shooter and order alot of gear from 511 tactical and bought these trainers for competition but use them for lifting as well. Not going to win a beauty pageant but work very well. I have very flat feet and my shoes take a beating in a hurry, but these have held up quite well.

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Chuck Taylor's are good! I have no arch at all and my feet always hurt. I tried the Nike and my feet felt a little better. I would never wear them in competition.

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AR, very valid question!

I agree with the Chuck Taylor's. That is what I wear for lifting. Great for putting the power to the floor. Now if you want to run, that is a whole different game and you will need different a shoe that gives support AND cushion to protect the knees and joints. And most likely, you are much heavier than an average runner, so get a shoe built to take the extra weight.




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I like to go super heavy on leg day and I've had this same issue. I bought the Nike shox. I got the a half size bigger and they seem to really help

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I always loved the Nike shoxs BUT - I had a good source for them cheep a few years back and had around 15 pair - from real heavy squats and leg press I was blowing them apart 1 pair at a time. These are sneekers that I had only worn a few times.
I had may favorite pair of red and black full shoxs at karate -I looked down and the ground was red from the red shox falling apart. Well - I have 1 pair left now so I think I am done with them.
The ones with back shox -the soles come off quick.
Addidas come a long way in there gear. Nike has some good looking stuff but don't last for anything.
I have some addidas high top running shoes that are great.
For leg day I like kind of flat sole tight high tops
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I can't ever give recommendations on shoes. I wear a 15, so I'm limited to whatever is on hand at the store, which usually isn't much. I try to look for a running style shoe with a flatter sole that isn't as prone to rolling forward when you put you're weight on your toes.


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I like a military type boot, especially for doing legs. Makes my feet feel secure and balanced for some reason more than sneakers.
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I have gotten away from running shoes and have been wearing the Jordan trainers. They have good support as well as arch support
   
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I know this isnt the most interesting post in the world but I figured maybe some of you guys might have some good info on this. I never really gave a shit about what type of shoes I wore to train in as long as they were clean and somewhat comfortable. However since I hit the 40 yr old range my feet seem to be really taking a beating lately. Ive been using the pharmacy type insoles but not with much success. What type or make of shoes do you guys wear for working out, running, etc. Any help would be appreciated....AR....
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Thanks guys!!!! I really appreciate the posts. I never had a problem until I hit 40 and it seems to get worse and worse. Hopefully some of your opinions will help....AR....
   
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I'm like Marshall...and you for that matter...I'm no spring chicken and I need the extra support. I wear belleville tactical boots. One pair the heavier kind..great for leg days and the other mini mil transition boot.
   
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Adidas samba .. I've heard if you lifting and shoes like Nike shox are terrible for you lower body as you ankle strain to keep stable when the soles roll.
   
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Any running shoe or shoe with dampening is a very poor choice for heavy lifting. On the flip side, specialized lifting shoes are very poor for running. Since I lack ankle and hamstring flexibility, Chucks aren't the best choice for me as I need an elevated heel to prevent pelvic tilt. I recently purchased the Inov-8 Fastlift 225 and really like them. Very ridged and supportive in the heel but slightly flexible in the toe box. So far they have been great.

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Adidas samba .. I've heard if you lifting and shoes like Nike shox are terrible for you lower body as you ankle strain to keep stable when the soles roll.
   
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I typically wear my asics running shoes. I just take them off for squats.
   
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