Sneakers or work out shoes are very important part of body fitness journey. Good sneakers provide stability by supporting the arches and the rest of the feet. The interior features insoles and cushioning that allow your feet to breath and remain comfortable throughout your course. Good workout shoes do not contain motion control features. They allow the feet to maintain flexibility and respond to body movements naturally. Furthermore, they provide enough space inside to ensure that the feet are not compressed abnormally. This ensures that the flow of blood is not interrupted during high intensity body movements. Lastly, good workout shoes are light. This provides the feet and legs with ease of movement.
However, no matter how good your workout shoes are, without good maintenance they cannot provide the required comfort and support.
Keep your shoes clean and tidy: Working out gest your shoes dirty with sweat, mud, and dust. It all depends with the nature of your workout and where you do it. Clean your shoes regularly to avoid accumulation of bacteria and other micro-organisms that can lead to health complications. Use good soap and water.
Keep your shoes dry: Always keep your shoes dry. When wet shoes come into contact with feet, they lead to development of health complications such as trench foot. They also make your skin wrinkly and waterlogged.
Use deodorizers: Deodorizers help in eliminating shoe odor. The odor is cause by excessive sweating and accumulation of moisture in shoes. They many types of shoe deodorizers but the common ones include; ball deodorizers, deodorizing machines, and sprays.
Avoid using unnatural heat to dry your shoes: Unnatural heat can cause shoe shrinkage. This means that your shoes become smaller, tighter, or both.
Own three or more pairs of sneakers at a time: This extends the lifespan of your shoes. Interchanging shoes provides time for each pair to rest and air-dry.