When I was in second grade, my parents got divorced and my brother and I ended up living with my dad. Unfortunately, while our health was always a priority for my dad, we didn't always have the means to eat the most nutritious, home-cooked foods. (We often lived in small places, sometimes without a kitchen.) That's when fast food and processed foods became part of the norm.
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Asics Conviction X 2
The second generation of Asics' cross-training shoe was released this spring. With a higher-cut upper than many other training shoes on the market and an all-black color scheme, these provide a slightly different look fashion-wise. A tried-and-true training style, these have a stiff heel and solid platform, making them a good alternative for those who don't want to invest in a separate pair of weightlifting shoes. ($120; asics.com)
Buy these if: You want a training shoe that does it all, with a minimalist look.
Reebok CrossFit Nano 8 Flexweave
Rebook's newest CrossFit shoe utilizes the brand's new Flexweave upper, which allows for more flexibility and breathability than previous Nano versions. They've also upped the comfort level with this update, so even if you're in the pain cave, at least your feet will be happy (and look stylish). ($130; reebok.com)
But these if: You're a die-hard CrossFit enthusiast. (BTW, here's how to avoid CrossFit injuries and stay on your workout game.)
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