Today, we're diving into a topic that's crucial for lifters – deadlifting shoes. We'll be discussing about, what we like and dislike about them.
Your typical running or training have a cushiony bottom and soles that mould to your feet. It might hinder your ability to connect with the floor during a deadlift.
Choosing the right deadlifting shoe depends on your preference. If you're a beginner or don't plan to compete, flat shoes may suffice.
Minimalist, low stack height, and easy to slip on/off. Great for feeling connected to the ground. Some lack lateral support, but models with sidewalls are available.
Deadlift shoes are particularly beneficial for serious weightlifters and powerlifters who regularly perform deadlifts as part of their training routine.
Shoes Two straps work together to lock your middle Foot, which in turn secures your stability.