Going to replace my pair of cross trainers, does pretty much any Chuck Taylor Converse shoe good for the job?
SoftMoc and Champs are the only place in town that carries them, any suggestions?
I ask because in descriptions some say cushioned insole while others say Cushioned footbed. Hell is the diff? Isn't a footbed cushion same as your insole .
Thread: Lifting Shoes, Chuck Taylors
02-13-2010, 09:27 AM #1
Lifting Shoes, Chuck Taylors
02-13-2010, 09:29 AM #2
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Soles are the last thing you need to worry about Chucks and you do not want to be running in them. Squats and deadlifts are fine, cardio is not.#1 Warriors Hater
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Goodvlifting shoe. That is it. They are $40 shoes, so they are cheap. I use them for the gym because because my gym shoes just get old, dirty, and eventually smell like **** anyway. I have the all black low tops."The more I began to lift weights, the more I became addicted to the feeling of being bigger and stronger."
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