What are the best shoes for training in the gym?

Using a flat sole shoe with a firm base provides a rock-solid foundation for lifting that can enhance stability, power, and even reduce the risk of injury. If you’re looking to take your lifting game to the next level, consider upgrading your gym shoes

Warming up for big lifts

Warm up sets are lighter, practice sets that you do prior to your working sets. This may include a set an empty barbell, as well as 1-3 additional sets working up towards your prescribed load or intensity for the exercise. These warm up sets should be done with intent, and the purpose of practising the movement, increasing motor patterning (technique), warming up your muscles and joints, as well as allowing you to ‘feel’ out how the body is feeling that day – what is sore, tight, feeling great or not so good.