10 Best Nike Shoes For Circuit Training

Updated on: April 2021

Best Nike Shoes For Circuit Training in 2021


Nike Men's Metcon Sport Training Shoe Dark Grey/White/Cool Grey Size 10.5 M US

Nike Men's Metcon Sport Training Shoe Dark Grey/White/Cool Grey Size 10.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Designed for heavy weights, agility and speed drills and explosive movements.
  • Midfoot strap offers dynamic containment you can customize.
  • Stretch textile bootie lets you slip the shoe on and off easily.
  • Durable mesh in the vamp has a textured look and feel.
  • Synthetic skins around the toe and heel enhance durability.

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 9 Sneaker, Black/White - Anthracite, 9.5 Regular US

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 9 Sneaker, Black/White - Anthracite, 9.5 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • LIGHTWEIGHT FLEXIBILITY: Built for low-impact workouts and circuit training, these women's shoes are designed for flexibility and traction.
  • DYNAMIC CONTAINMENT: Synthetic upper and heel strap of the Nike shoe adds support and containment.
  • DURABLE DESIGN: Foam midsole is durable enough to double as the outsole, dramatically reducing weight. Rubber in high-wear areas adds durability.
  • BREATHABLE COMFORT: Mesh in the forefoot of these women's sneakers enhances breathability. Tri-star outsole pattern expands to disperse pressure.
  • NIKE SHOES WOMEN: Imported, rubber sole, textile and synthetic.

Nike Women's Free TR Flyknit 3 Running Shoe, Black/White-Dark Grey, Size 9.5

Nike Women's Free TR Flyknit 3 Running Shoe, Black/White-Dark Grey, Size 9.5
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Brand: Nike
  • Style:
  • Materials: upper / outsole
  • Toe Style:
  • Closure Type:

Nike Women's in-Season TR 8 PRM Cross Training Shoes Smokey Mauve/Metallic Silver Size 8.5

Nike Women's in-Season TR 8 PRM Cross Training Shoes Smokey Mauve/Metallic Silver Size 8.5
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
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Nike Air Zoom Superrep Mens HIIT Class Circuit Training Shoe Cd3460-701 Size 10.5

Nike Air Zoom Superrep Mens HIIT Class Circuit Training Shoe Cd3460-701 Size 10.5
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Style#: CD3460-701
  • 2 Zoom Air units in the forefoot are lightweight and responsive for jumping. Cushlon foam at the heel helps absorb impact from high-intensity reps and cushions during lifts.
  • A plate runs the length of your foot for stability as you move through your routine. It distributes pressure over the Zoom Air units to activate responsive cushioning.
  • The flexible slip-on design is covered with mesh for breathability, durability and a supportive feel.
  • Split sole and arc on the side support multidirectional movement.

Nike Women's Free TR 8 Training Shoe (10, Light Cream)

Nike Women's Free TR 8 Training Shoe (10, Light Cream)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • 3-D printing on mesh offers structure, flex and breathability.
  • Rounded tooling allows the foot to expand and move naturally.
  • Dual-fusion midsole provides soft foam cushioning underfoot.

Nike Women's Free Metcon 2 Training Shoe White/Black/Laser Fuchsia Size 7.5 M US

Nike Women's Free Metcon 2 Training Shoe White/Black/Laser Fuchsia Size 7.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Model Number: CD8526100
  • Gender: womens
  • Color: White / Black-Laser Fuchsia
  • Made In: Vietnam
  • Brand New With Original Box

NIKE Women's Flex Supreme TR 5 Cross Training Shoe, Black/White/Pure Platinum, 6.5 B(M) US

NIKE Women's Flex Supreme TR 5 Cross Training Shoe, Black/White/Pure Platinum, 6.5 B(M) US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Flywire cables in the forefoot integrate with the laces for a dynamic fit
  • Anatomically-placed foam pods on either side of the inner heel provide comfort and prevent heel slippage
  • Hexagonal pattern is hot-knife cut into the outsole enhancing flexibility and 360-degree movement for a variety of training activities
  • Dual-density foam is fused together to provide customized cushioning where you need it most
  • The upper layer offers soft, comfortable support while the lower layer, which also doubles as an outsole, provides durable cushioning

Nike Men's Lunar Fingertrap Cross Trainer, Anthracite/Black, 10.5 Regular US

Nike Men's Lunar Fingertrap Cross Trainer, Anthracite/Black, 10.5 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • MEN'S TENNIS SHOES: The Nike Lunar Fingertrap Training Shoe offers flex grooves for natural movement and multidirectional traction for all types of training.
  • SNUG SUPPORT: Sidewall wrap-up design cradles foot during side-to-side and diagonal movement. The men's workout shoe feature Lunarlon foam delivering plush, lightweight and responsive cushion.
  • BREATHABLE: The Nike tennis shoe for men is constructed with a lightweight, breathable mesh that provides a sock-like fit but still allows for easy on and off.
  • RELIABLE GRIP: Solid rubber outsole for non-marking grip and traction on a variety of training surfaces. Deep, wide flex grooves allow the foot to move naturally in the men's tennis shoe.
  • INTERTWINED BANDS: Dynamic Fit technology wraps the midfoot like a glove. The tennis shoes' Intertwined synthetic bands are customizable through the laces for arch comfort.

Nike Air Zoom Superrep Mens HIIT Class Circuit Training Shoe Cd3460-223 Size 11

Nike Air Zoom Superrep Mens HIIT Class Circuit Training Shoe Cd3460-223 Size 11
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Style#: CD3460-223
  • 2 Zoom Air units in the forefoot are lightweight and responsive for jumping. Cushlon foam at the heel helps absorb impact from high-intensity reps and cushions during lifts.
  • A plate runs the length of your foot for stability as you move through your routine. It distributes pressure over the Zoom Air units to activate responsive cushioning.
  • The flexible slip-on design is covered with mesh for breathability, durability and a supportive feel.
  • Split sole and arc on the side support multidirectional movement.

'Star Trek' Shuttlecraft 'Galileo' on Display at Space Center Houston

Space Center Houston may have been denied the privilege to display a space shuttle orbiter that actually flew in space, having to content itself with a mockup training article. But it will be the venue of an almost as famous, albeit fictional shuttlecraft

Space Center Houston may have been denied the privilege to display a space shuttle orbiter that actually flew in space, having to content itself with a mockup training article. But it will be the venue of an almost as famous, albeit fictional shuttlecraft.

Thanks to the restoring efforts of Adam Schneider, a "Star Trek" fan and restorer, the shuttlecraft Galileo will be on permanent display at Space Center Houston, looking much as it did when it served as a minor set (or a major prop depending on how one looks at it) in the original "Star Trek" series, according to SyFy Dvice.

Schneider had found the Galileo at auction, very much the worse for wear after decades of disuse, with wood rotting and metal cracking. He bought the Galileo for $7,000 and doubtlessly spent as much or more restoring it to what it looked like when it appeared in the 1960s era series. After entertaining requests from a number of locations, Space Center Houston, which serves as part museum, part visitors center, and part education facility next to NASA's Johnson Spaceflight Center, was chosen.

Galileo was featured in a number of classic "Star Trek" series, most prominently in one entitled "The Galileo Seven." In the episode, the science officer of the star ship USS Enterprise takes the Galileo shuttlecraft to investigate a quasar-like phenomenon while the Enterprise proceeds on to deliver medical supplies to a nearby space colony. However the Galileo is forced to land on a nearby planet, Taurus II, and is out of communications with the Enterprise.

The episode is noted for how it depicts the limitations of Spock's philosophy of logic while leading a crew of humans in a dangerous situation. His adherence to logic not only leads him to make mistakes, but also to cause tension between himself and the crew, especially his old antagonist, Chief Medical Officer Dr. McCoy. It is only when Spock jettisons logic and takes an uncharacteristic leap of faith that he is able to save the day and save himself and most of his crew.

It should be noted that "Star Trek" and the real space program has another association, due to the fact that the first space shuttle, "Enterprise," was thus named in the 1970s thanks to a campaign by "Star Trek" fans. Enterprise, which never flew in space, is currently on display at the Intrepid Museum in New York City.

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