Exercise. You know you need to. You have, in fact, signed up for the gym. But really, how do you begin?
"The miracle,” begins running speaker and writer John Bingham,” isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start."
Sometimes, you just need a good shove that only a brand new pair of trainers can give. So, here are four new sneaks that should help you start exercising.
Nike Air Max LeBron VII
The most innovative shoe in the LeBron James signature line to date, the LeBron VII has basketball-specific airbag unit that delivers maximum comfort during the hardest of times. That’s not mentioning its air sole that is strategically contoured for the ultimate cushioning where it’s needed most.
Say hello to the Adidas adiZero Boston. Designed with the runner in mind, this shoe promises to be the man’s best friend on the track: Airmesh for ventilation, non-slip lining for peace of mind.
Our homegrown brand introduces Rage, a no-nonsense running shoe collection that is lightweight, has a glove-fitting insole, and mesh upper for “breathability” that sums up a second-skin feel.
The latest Puma Complete collection claims to be like a multivitamin: It’s all you need. Whether you’re a progressive or a pro runner the Complete Concinnity III shoes adjusts to your needs allowing a natural ride with a feel for the road.
WORDS: Kat Manalo