Next time you hit the gym, bring along the best training partner money can buy. Bring along a pair of PUMA men's training shoes. Getting the most out of your workout requires you to focus fully on the task at hand. So having the right gym shoes to support your session is absolutely crucial.
PUMA's range of gym shoes are at the cutting edge of training technology. Our kicks are lighter, more breathable and more durable than ever before. So you can be sure that they'll be able to go for as long as you can – and then some.
A proper workout will push you and your equipment to the limit. But with a pair of PUMA training shoes, you're supported by some of the best technology on the market. Our designers are continually creating shoes that are purpose-built for keeping your feet locked in and secure during your gym workout.
Take our LQDCELL technology as a prime example of this. LQDCELL is the latest iteration of PUMA's decades-long commitment to developing the most stable men’s training shoe. Through the use of innovative materials and construction, LQDCELL provides superior cushioning properties that help protect your feet from impact while still delivering exceptional energy returns. This helps to keep your movements explosive and powerful, so you can take your training to the next level – and keep it there.
So don't let yourself be held back by mediocre gear. With PUMA training shoes, you'll be ready to take on any workout. Get the most out of your gym session and get ready to hit new heights – with PUMA.
PUMA training shoes have always been synonymous with style as well as substance. So when it comes to styling up before you hit the circuit, PUMA is the obvious choice.
Plus, with a range of understated designs and bombastic neon-clad trainers, PUMA has something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a little extra support or want to go all out with your look, there's a pair of men’s training shoes from the PUMA range to suit you.
If you're looking at picking up some training shoes for yourself, you might be wondering what it is about these shoes that makes them ideal for training. After all, training is a fairly broad term and can include a number of different activities. But this is also part of the answer, training shoes are designed to perform a variety of roles. They are the jack of all trades of the shoe world.
Training shoes are designed to be lightweight, comfortable and supportive. This makes them ideal for a variety of activities that require both strength and agility. Training shoes are designed to provide stability in all directions, allowing you to run, jump, sidestep, and stop with peace of mind. With PUMA's training shoes, you get the best of all worlds, allowing you to tackle any workout with confidence.
Yes! All of PUMA's training shoes are designed to last, no matter how hard your workouts get. Our LQDCELL technology provides superior cushioning properties that ensure your feet stay locked in and secure during your gym session. So no matter how tough it gets in the gym – or on the street – your PUMA training shoes have got your back.
There are a variety of training and gym shoes available to suit different activities. For example, running shoes are designed for short bursts of speed, with lightweight cushioning and flexible soles. Weightlifting shoes have a stiffer sole and higher arch support to keep your feet planted while lifting heavy weights.
Cross training shoes combine elements from both of these types of shoes, providing support, stability and agility – all in one package. And then there's the PUMA range – designed with technology adapted to suit a variety of uses, so you can be sure that you're getting the best performance possible out of every workout session.
There are quite a few things that go into choosing the right pair of training shoes. So let's check out the method for making a perfect choice.
The first thing to consider is the main type of training you'll be doing. Let's take weightlifting, for example. If this is your desired activity, then there are certain features you'll want to see in your shoe. These might be things like a wide and flat sole. This helps get the maximum grip and stability on the floor. Take the Disperse XT 2 training shoes as a great example of this.
Additionally, when testing the shoe, look for one that doesn't have too much compression when you step. This is one of the main reasons that weightlifters avoid running shoes for their training.
If you're looking into cross training and fitness classes, your needs will be different again. As these classes often involve a lot of lateral movement, as well as lifting your feet, there are a couple of things you should look out for. The first is a shoe with great heel stability. PUMA's innovative technology, including LQDCELL and PWRRWFRAME, is perfect for this kind of exercise. The other feature should be a lightweight upper, as heavier shoes will start to feel sluggish after a long session.
Though both running and training shoes can be used for a variety of activities, there are some key differences between the two that you should consider.
Running shoes are designed with one thing in mind: speed. As such, they tend to feature lightweight cushioning and flexible soles that allow your feet to move quickly and easily. While this makes them great for sprints or quick jogs, they don't always provide the lateral stability needed for more strenuous exercises like weightlifting or cross training classes.
Training shoes, on the other hand, are designed to be multi-purpose. They have features like wide, flat soles and stiffer uppers that help keep your feet locked in during explosive movements or while lifting heavy weights.
Though running shoes offer features that may be great for a run, they aren't ideal for more strenuous activities like cross training or weightlifting. As mentioned above, running shoes tend to feature lightweight cushioning and flexible soles – these are designed with speed in mind, not stability and support.
So while running shoes can be used for a little while, you're certainly better off investing in a pair of training shoes specifically designed for the activity.
PUMA makes use of a variety of technologies to keep our shoes at the forefront of training technology. Some bits of tech to keep an eye out for, especially in this segment, are the PWRFRAME compound and PUMA PWRTAPE. These two technologies work in tandem to deliver a combination of lightweight support and increased stability.
When it comes to gym shoes, you should replace them when they start to show signs of wear. That usually takes anywhere from six to nine months, depending on how often and intensely you use them. However, if you find that your shoe is reaching the end of its life before that, then don’t hesitate to jump onto the PUMA store for a replacement.
Stride into your next training session with all of the latest technology tied to the soles of your feet. For the best in men’s training shoes – there’s only PUMA. Shop online or in-store today. If you have any questions, reach out to our customer support team.