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Adidas Aerobic Shoes - Be Your Own Fitness Trainer

June 06, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 294

Shoes, although considered an accessory, form an essential part of the apparels. The footwear protects the feet, supports the legs, and balances the body weight. At the same time, good footwear helps your feet breathe easily, reduces sweating and comes functional in more such ways. Most of the time, sports shoes are used for running, exercises, walks, and jogs. They, however, are useful for specific training activities as well. For example, in order to train yourself to fitness, a pair of suitable aerobics shoes or training shoes is always required.

The interesting thing about the aerobics shoes that differentiates them from other sports footwear types is that they are engineered in a very particular way. The design of aerobic shoes not just helps you move ahead, but actually it stays as efficient for you to move your feet in any direction as swiftly. Such shoes have soles that do not offer the usual traction, but quite lesser than that. That, in turn, does not have very tough gripping and does not exert too much pressure on the knees. The grip of the aerobic shoes is very important aspect that matters a lot. The soles are flatter as well, to absorb more shock.

Adidas has been offering very innovative aerobic shoes under its name. It brings to the people and fans the Arianna 2.0 shoes, adiPURE trainer shoes, CLIMA Generation Y shoes, CLIMA Spirit, Zero Culture, Supreme, fluid tech trainer, etc. Each of these Adidas shoes has been carefully crafted to eliminate any chance for compromise on performance and efficiency. Following are more details on each of the Adidas footwear:

• Adidas Arianna 2.0 - it comes with extra cushioning and breathable mesh. For men, the lining is stuffed with textile to let you grip it nicely around your legs. For women, there is specific heal padding, too.

• adiPURE trainers - Specially designed in the front with toe patterns, it has flexible upper and good and balanced ground grip.

• CLIMACOOL Generation Y shoes- It comes with patented CLIMACOOL technology and claims to keep your feet 36 per cent cooler with its double mesh design and sweat-absorbing sockliner.

• CLIMA Spirit shoes - All features similar to Climacool Gen Y, it has an additional miCoach stride sensor and timer. A perfect fitness regime for all modern women.

• Adidas Zero Culture - these shoes feature a canvas upper for flexibility and ventilation. These Adidas women's training shoes are suitable for yoga, studio workouts, etc.

• AdiZero Supreme shoes - Lightweight and collar-padded, AdiZero Supreme has textile upper and lining for enhanced stability and comfort.

• Fluid Tech Trainer - these Adidas training shoes are very stylish with a modular design and single layer upper mesh. The forefoot has additional pores for more breathability. The sockliner has been moulded using the trademark EVA technology. Its designing allows natural foot movement for complete comfort.

All these Adidas training or aerobic shoes are very efficient and worth all the sweat you take out during workouts. With the right proportion of shoe weight, Adidas shoes help you keep the right balance. With different mesh works, you get the custom air flow for your feet to breathe properly during all those strenuous hours. And, most importantly, Adidas technology keeps on coming up with the best for you. Explore the Adidas range online, to decide about your choice of aerobics shoes.

Besides being a fitness writer, Tarima has also been an aerobics trainer for a long time. Knowing the importance of the sports apparels and training shoes for efficient workouts, she uses his long experience to rely on picking up the correctly designed aerobics shoes. She personally believes that good sports footwear contribute a lot in keeping the right balance for fitness.

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