No matter what exercise you enjoy, you have a good trusty pair of trainers even if you are new to exercise this is usually the first item in your new active wear range.
Trainers are no longer simply an item for the just gym, with major brands making a name for themselves in everyday fashion, to some peoples dismay. They are no longer simply black or white but come in a range of colours with bright pink, blue, green and purple to name a few. You can even personalise your own name or have specific coloured soles. However, when it comes to my gym sessions rather than opt for the fashionable adidas stan smith I go to my trusty pair of Nike Free Runs 5.0 in light blue. (my favourite colour.)
These are simply a pleasure to wear and from day one I have had no problem at all with blisters or sore feet which I usually get with any new pair of shoes. They are light and I do feel as though I am walking on a cloud. Even though, they are now showing signs of wear, I am pretty sure I will end up purchasing the same type again even to the extent of the same colour.
A reliable set of trainers can make fitness a lot more bearable whether your a regular returner to the gym or a first timer in that yoga session the last thing you want is red sore soles on the bottom of your feet preventing you from doing anything but sit down. A little like how cinderella’s glass shoes were the reason she found her happy ending, my Nikes were the reason I began to enjoy exercise more frequently.
This has now sparked my spending habits in all gym wear from new gym leggings, sports bras and even to the extent of trainer socks. Even with all the new gear though and a lighter purse, I still treasure my Nikes more and I would strongly recommend them to anyone desperate for a new pair of trainers whether that is simply for walking around town or for use in the gym.