Physical fitness being an important goal of today’s people delicately necessitates the emergence of CrossFit. Cross training which theoretically true to its vision requires us to test out our readiness to use our own strength and speed in different ways across different movements and physical motions. So, it is quite understandable how critical a training shoe can be to one’s workout success. With these matters in mind, I start my everyday and have my feet run into the Reebok ONE Trainer 1.0. But, why do I use it while there are lots of other cross-training shoes available.
Are the needs for protection, breathability, support and fit responsible for the choice? I just suggest all users to look beyond those factors because those are just some common features. Then, why should I write this Reebok ONE Trainer 1.0 review? Well, I hope you will spend a few minutes to look at what I have shared.
Removable Ortholite sock liner:
The shoe has an Ortholite sock liner which a user can remove so that he or she enjoys extra cushioning. Due to some particular medical conditions, many users need to use orthotic device which is actually a kind of brace that controls or manages the movement of their spine or limbs. The sock liner being removable lets users use that brace. People with high arches will find this feature greatly beneficial and effective in enhancing performance times.
Carbon heel strike:
A question may be asked by users why a shoe should ideally offer this feature. The answer is that people often need additional traction during extreme workouts or physical rigors. The extra traction gives a user an opportunity to make quick movements from high-speed meter sprints to intensive squats along with weight training challenges.
A quick view of Reebok One Trainer 1.0 features:
- Highly engineered to address the needs of individuals engaged in physical training
- A perfect game-ready shoe ideal for cross-training and running
- Durable and comfy
- Constructional design embedded on 3-D FuseFrame to make it a lightweight shoe that offers seamless support
- Synthetic overlays supported with mesh uppers to give absolute comfort and fit to users
- Higher breathability
- Padded tongue with padded collar
- Easy-to-remove OrthoLite® sockliner offers excellent cushioning and superb accommodation of orthotics
- Gilly lacing system offering lockdown and safe fit
- Low-cut shape offering outstanding mobility
- Carbon heel strike offering required traction
- Forefront flex grooves rendering comfortable fit and flexibility
- A practical lightweight shoe weighing 8 oz
What users in general have written in Reebok One Trainer 1.0 review?
A lot of people doing CrossFit activities each day acknowledge that they need a special kind of advantage from a shoe that has flex grooves in the front. They believe they really need the flexibility to undergo the extremities of CrossFit jobs. So, they insisted One Trainer is their ideal pair of shoes. Some users who are professional athletes told that they could easily bend both of their feet through high-up rope climbing. Also, some told they felt the added traction when they were rounding the last curve on an uneven course.
Only a few users expressed their dissatisfaction to the extent that they felt it to be too boxy in its toe and something of a clown shoe. Some also expressed less than positive opinions regarding its sizing issues.
Going beyond all these negative aspects, the Reebok Trainer 1.0 is still an ideal athletic shoe exclusively designed for training.
Finally, considering the price and overall performance, I believe that One Trainer will be a fantastic addition to training individuals’ wardrobes.
Reebok ONE Trainer 1.0 Review