Best Nike Shoes For Daily Use in 2023
Nike Men's Revolution 4 Running Shoe (13, Thunder Blue/Football Grey)
Nike Men's Revolution 4 Running Shoe, Black/White - Anthracite, 9 Wide US
- Mesh upper for optimal breathability.
- Soft foam midsole delivers lightweight, responsive cushioning.
- Rubber outsole offers durable traction
- Underlays in the vamp and toe tip offer support and structure.
- Molded pods offer multi-surface traction. Pods flatten on impact then spring back at toe-off creating a piston effect that delivers responsive cushioning.
Nike Men's Air Monarch IV Cross Trainer, White/Black, 12.0 Regular US
- MEN'S LEATHER SNEAKERS: Leather upper features overlays for support and perforations for airflow.
- COMFORTABLE TRAINING: Foam Phylon midsole and full-length encapsulated Air-Sole unit cushions for comfort and support.
- NATURAL MOTION: Solid rubber outsole is durable and provides traction over varied surfaces.
- LIGHTWEIGHT GYM SHOE: Mesh shoe tongue enhances breathability and heel pull tab helps with easy on and off
- NIKE MEN'S SHOE: Imported and man made with synthetic sole
Nike Mens Tanjun Running Sneaker Black/Anthracite/Black 12
- Brand: Nike
- Style: Fitness & Cross-Training
- Materials: Fabric upper / Manmade outsole
- Toe Style:
- Closure Type: Lace Up
Nike Kids' Grade School Zoom Air Pegasus 36 Running Shoes (4.5, Racer Blue/White)
- Style#: AR4149-400
- Zoom Air cushioning has a bouncy feel as you run.
- Extra padding around the ankle and heel feels comfortable.
- Grooves on the bottom make it flexible.
Nike Men's AIR MAX LTD 3 Casual Shoes (9.5, White/University Red/Black)
- full-Length Midsole
- Solid Rubber Outsole
- Mesh Throughout upper design
- 100% Authentic.
Nike Women's Legend React Running Shoes (Pure Platinum/Laser Orange/Midnight Navy)(6 (B) US)
Nike Women's Air Max Sequent 3 Running Shoe Black/Anthrcite (6, Black/Anthracite)
Nike Men's Metcon 3 Cross Training Sneaker, Black/White/Dark Grey/Volt, 11 D(M) US
- Rubber along the midsole adds protection during rope climbs
- Flywire cables provide lockdown support throughout midfoot
- Flexible forefoot grooves allow for natural motion
- Sticky rubber forefoot increases traction and grip
- Flat heel is firm and adds stability for lifts
Nike Men's Air Max 1 Black/Laser Fuchsia/Blue Fury CI2450-001 (Size: 10.5)
- Brand New
- 100% Authentic
- Original Packaging
Are Common Over-the-counter Analgesics Putting You at Risk?
New research implicates the use of aspirin, acetaminophen, and ibuprofen for daily use with chronic sufferers of pain increases the patients risk for heart disease.
A recent study conducted by U.S. researchers demonstrates the risks of continuous use of these common non-prescription drugs. As reported Monday "Popular painkillers such as aspirin, ibuprofen and acetaminophen can raise blood pressure and thus the risk of heart disease among men" (2020, Reuters).
Don't run to your medicine cabinets to toss out these common medications just yet. A closer look into the study indicates that the research focuses on a group of men who use one or more of these analgesics almost every day of the week. Prior research was conducted only on women thus the follow up research on men was forthcoming and confirming.
The study looked at healthy men who took one or more of these medications approximately six out of seven days of the week over a four year period. That's six to seven doses of aspirin, acetaminophen or ibuprofen for each calendar week. The study monitored the men's blood pressure over this four year period. Statistical findings for each medication were broken down. Although there were variations in the reported percentage risks for high blood pressure from one medication to the next, the approximate percentage risk for increased blood pressure across the board was 33%. Men who consumed closer to 15 pills a week demonstrated a 50% increase in risk of developing high blood pressure over the course of the four year study.
There is now conclusive evidence that habitual use of these medications can adversely affect men and women equally. The study demonstrates that those most at risk for heart related complications from use of these analgesics are those who medicate themselves frequently. It sends a clear warning out to individuals who use these medications and their doctors who often recommend the use to modify their chronic symptoms. Dr. Gary Curhan, a researcher at Brigham Women's Hospital in Boston, and senior author of the study adds "If [individuals] have chronic symptoms requiring the use of these drugs, they should discuss alternative treatments with their health-care providers"(2020, Feb 26. MSN Health amp; Fitness).
If you are one of millions who take any of these medications to treat an occasional ache or pain you need not worry. There were no implications of heart related risks for intermittent use of these pain relievers.
Gardner, A (2020) Common Painkillers May Cause Hypertension in Men. MSN Health amp; Fitness. Retrieved from
Reuters (2020) Popular painkillers can raise heart risk. MSNBC Health. Retrieved from