Sometimes you go for a run. Sometimes you lift weights or do plyometric HIIT workouts. Other times, you do a little of both in the same workout.
On those days, you need a sneaker that has the technical aspects of a running shoe plus some of a training shoe in order to avoid injury and maximize your performance.
So, we scouted out the top cross-training shoes on the market, and narrowed it down to the 10 best ones for every budget. The following pairs are lightweight, comfortable, and supportive with an average heel-to-toe drop. Whether you’re firing out agility drills, sprints, lifting weights, or performing fat-burning bodyweight moves (or doing them all!), these sneakers will enhance your every step.Back to top