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Give the Nike FREE Trainer 5.0 a try 
By julie08 on Jun 04, 2014 08:38 AM
Give the Nike FREE Trainer 5.0 a try

The nike shoes australia Phylon? midsole adds lightweight support and cushioning, while doubling as an outsole to greatly reduce the shoe's overall weight. The dual midsole/outsole construction also decreases the amount of material between your foot and the ground, allowing for a barefoot feel that can help you develop a more natural gait that will eventually strengthen the muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the foot over time.

The nike free run womens heel-to-forefoot drop, while far from making it a minimalist running shoe, brings your foot closer to the ground than an ordinary running shoe would. This gives the FREE 5.0 the benefits of a minimalist running shoe without sacrificing cushioning and support.

The hallmark of the Nike FREE shoes are the deep flex grooves that run along the length and width of the outsole. The flex grooves turn the bottom of the FREEs into a flexible grid, able to twist and turn with your foot more than most other nike free run mens running shoe outsoles. The flex grooves allow your feet to move naturally through the gait cycle, providing a smooth, less restricted ride and helping your feet further develop the small muscles that can result in a lower long-term risk of injury.

As with most Nike running shoes, the FREE 5.0 features a Waffle? pattern in the rubber outsole that works with the Nike FREE flex grooves and strategically placed rubber lugs to provide ample traction, decreasing your chances of falling or rolling an ankle.

For more varied workouts with the same flexibility, give the nike free runs a try. The FREE Trainer 5.0 is built to enhance agility drills, lifting, and light running while offering the same super-flexible, barefoot-like benefits of the Nike FREE 5.0.
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