So, running shoes aren’t designed for weightlifting, and training shoes aren’t typically supportive enough for running, but what if you’re taking a class that incorporates running and weights? Or if you’re hitting the gym and you like to do a little mix of treadmill and floor work?
Girl, you need to get yourself a shoe that can do both. For classes like Orangetheory Fitness, Barry’s Bootcamp, and Speedplay that mix a bit of weight training in with a treadmill running, you don’t want to be changing shoes halfway (or sometimes a quarter way) through class. In these instances, we consulted some experts to share the best shoes that work for both short-distance running and strength training.