The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Reebok. As always, opinions are my own.
Well it is safe to say that my pull-up challenge to FACE MY FITNESS FEAR is kicking my butt! I have been doing all kinds of rows, lat work, push-up and so much more. I love that I am mixing this in with the Summer Shred, it truly is kicking my bootie! If you missed the sign up to get into the Summer Shred in May, don’t worry you can join us in JUNE! Sign ups start on Monday May 19th.
Last week I received a new pair of Reebok ONE Cushion Series Running Shoes, just in time for all the crazy GPP workouts I am doing. I am still doing some running in between as well so I was excited that these were nice and cushion filled! See all three colors on the side of the shoe? They equal three levels of cushion!
The soles of the ONE Cushion shoes have built-in zones: a three-foam midsole, a decoupled outsole, and a stable lateral arch area.
- The midsole has an ultra soft layer for shock attenuation, a responsive layer to help with propulsion forward, and a lightweight layer for foot guidance.
- Stable and flat lateral arch area for maximum ground contact.
- The outsole release zone helps with pronation control and stride integrity.
- The high abrasion rubber heel with decoupled outsole durably isolates shock absorption at the heel strike!
Unsure about all this terminology? Check out this article about running shoe terms . It’s a very interesting read!
Isn’t the color awesome?! I am kinda in love with bright neon right now. I wore them on my first 6 mile run since the Boston Marathon and I felt like I was floating on AIR. These may be my favorite Reebok shoes! I like lighter shoes for my quick tempo or track workouts! I have a high arch so I need a lot of support! I like that they are also light, which is great for my cross training as well. (You know like doing BOX JUMPS and BURPEES!)
As well as walking around Disneyland all day.
Question: Do you wear Reeboks? If so what kind?