Womens Training & Gym Shoes

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Womens Gym, Training and Sports Shoes

The latest collection of adidas training shoes for women will take your workouts to the next level. Choose from a variety of styles to suit the way you train - from gym training, high intensity workouts to outdoor sports and endurance training.
How to choose the best women's gym trainers
Choosing the perfect ladies gym trainers is essential to your workout. With the right trainer, you'll get the most from everything you put in and will greatly reduce chances of injury.
What type of training do you do?
Gym and aerobic workouts require a lot of side-to-side movements, and often rely on heavy pressure from your feet. Those treadmills, jumps, and high intensity interval workouts don't just push you to the limit, they also put your trainers to the test. So if you're planning on using your standard runners, think again! To get the right support to power your movements and achieve those results, you'll need to get yourself into a pair of perfectly fitting adidas women's trainers If your training revolves around running, whether it's on the treadmill or on the track, our women's running shoes will help you cover those miles without any drama.
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BOOSTª technology helps to maximise your performance and get the most out of your workout thanks to its energy-return. The boost midsole absorbs stress, which you can feel in every step. See what's available now in our women's gym trainer collection with BOOST
The best women's trainers
Competitive training calls for strong sportswear. Workout in style and comfort with the premium collection of women's training shoes by adidas by Stella McCartney And for action girls all over the world, our StellaSport collection combines an edgy style with maximum performance.

Womens Training & Gym Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Wear your cross trainers for workouts that include a mix of activities and movements, like jumping, lifting, rope climbs, Zumba, basketball and running. Cross-training shoes are made specifically for multi-directional movement, so they’re ideal for the variety of moves in a HIIT workout at the gym or at home. Cross trainers also work well for short runs.
Where running shoes are designed for heel-to-toe movement and shock absorption at the heel, cross-training shoes are made with multi-directional movement and a greater range of motion in mind. Cross-trainers typically have more cushioning in the forefoot to support landing on your toes, like in jumping jacks or high-knees intervals. Their soles are generally a bit wider than the soles on running shoes to support lateral movements like a basketball player’s shuffles and sharp cuts. Cross-trainers are fine to wear for short runs.