10 Best Shoes For Trx Training
Updated on: March 2023
Best Shoes For Trx Training in 2023
Nike Women's Free TR 8 Training Shoe Pure Platinum/White/Igloo Size 7.5 M US
Running Rewired: Reinvent Your Run for Stability, Strength, and Speed
Nike Men's Reax Trainer III Synthetic Leather Training Shoe Black/Newsprint Size 11.5 M US
- Synthetic and real leather upper is molded for a comfortable fit.
DREAM PAIRS Men's 160862-M Orange Black White Cleats Football Soccer Shoes - 12 M US
- Synthetic Sole
- Lightweight, soft and comfortable design
- Cushioned insole for added comfort
- Premium DP combination upper offers comfort & maximum durability
- Rubber molded cleats with Rotational Traction configuration
Callaway Men's Balboa TRX Golf Shoe, White/Black, 16 D US
- Waterproof opti-repel microfiber leather upper
- 7 spike dura-rubber outsole
- Opti-soft EVA midsole
- 5mm EVA sock liner
- Champ Slim-lok cleats
adidas F10 TRX FG Soccer Cleats Shoes - Solar Blue (Mens) - 11.5
adidas FF80 Pro TRX AG II Mens Rugby Cleats, Size 12 White
- This rugby boot is built for speed and promises explosive acceleration and lightening-fast turns on artificial surfaces
- Lightweight and durable Singmax (combination of materials) upper for a strong feel across the foot and comfort
- The soft cushioning around the ankle and heel provides extra comfort
- The outsole, with TPU Traxion moulded studs, delivers maximum acceleration and grip across artificial surfaces
- The studs have also been specifically designed in a triangular shape for optimum manoeuvrability and ease of direction change, at any speed
adidas Womens F30 TRX FG Soccer Shoes (White/Ink/Pink) 8.5
adidas F10 TRX Fg Urban Sky/Electricity/Silver Soccer Shoes 10.5
adidas Performance Men's F10 TRX Firm-Ground Soccer Cleat, Solar Zest/Black/Blast Purple, 12 M US
- Fast goes full speed in this F10 boot designed for firm ground pitches this lightweight boot has a soft synthetic upper and a new speedtraxion outsole that gets you to the ball first
- Soft and high abrasion resistant bravo synthetic material for high durability
- Speedtraxion offers high-speed stud alignment for maximum acceleration and quicker turns
Cardio Training Zone Vs. Fat Burning Zone for Losing Fat
Cardio training zone? Or fat burning zone? I'm a personal trainer, and nothing beats the cardio training zone for fat burning.
This is because a greater PERCENTAGE of fat is burned while a person performs light to medium intensity cardio exercise. But who cares about percentage? What counts is TOTAL fat burned. The cardio training zone burns more total fat.
Sadly, there are personal trainers out there who can't even explain the difference between the fat burning zone and the cardio training zone. Light to moderate cardio exercise is called "fat burning" because about 50 percent of the calories burned come from fat, and the other 50 percent of calories come from glucose (blood sugar). Now, this 50/50 ratio differs from one person to the next.
For example, in a highly conditioned athlete, the calories burned rate is more like 70 percent from blubber and only 30 percent from glucose -- even when this gym rat is seated under a hairdryer. In a person with poor fitness, the scales shift to 70 percent from glucose and a measly 30 percent from fat. Percentages for calories can very quite a bit. You can imagine what the percentage of fat burn is in Michael Phelps.
In general, when a person trains in the "cardio training zone," the burn rate percentage for fat is LESS than it is for glucose. So this makes it seem like more blubber is burned at the end of the exercise sessions.
HOWEVER, the cardio training zone burns more TOTAL calories. This means that more total fat is burned. So let's say, for example, Michael Phelps swims his hardest for 50 meters, then very slowly swims 50 meters, then swims his fastest for 50 meters, then swims like a turtle for 50 meters, and keeps alternating this way for 30 minutes. This is called high intensity interval training, as applied to swimming laps. High intensity interval training takes place in the cardio zone because of its intensity. Don't let those turtle laps fool you. Overall, switching turtle laps with torpedo laps amounts to a very intense cardio workout.
Let's say in 30 minutes, Michael Phelps burns 500 calories, and 40 percent of those calories was fat burned, and 60 percent of those calories comes from glucose. Now, 40 percent of 500 is 200 fat calories.
Next day, Michael Phelps takes it easy and does only a turtle swim (low intensity) for 30 minutes. Maybe every so often he speeds up a bit and reaches a medium effort, but never goes full-blast like the day before. At this low to medium intensity, maybe 50 percent of calories burned comes from fat, and the other 50 percent comes from glucose.
Isn't 50 percent higher than 40 percent? Yes. BUT...
You must also consider this: 50 percent of WHAT TOTAL CALORIES? This 30-minute casual swimming might result in, say, a total of only 300 calories burned.
What's 50 percent of 300? It's 150. This means 150 fat calories. The turtle swim, which takes place in the "fat burning" zone because a higher percentage of calories burned comes from fat, actually burns three-fourths LESS total fat than the high-intensity interval swimming session! 150 is three-fourths of 200!
So now you know why the cardio training zone burns more blubber overall than the fat burning zone.