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Reebok JJ1 Icing On The Cake Training Shoe $44.99 + Free S/H

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JJ1 Icing On The Cake Training Shoe [reebok.com] $44.99
  • Internal bootie design in the upper stops irritation and adds comfort
  • Webbing tie-down integrated into the the lacing system for a locked-in fit
  • Support pillars in the midsole prevent foam collapse and increase cushion
  • Spaceframe upper design delivers support throughout the shoe
  • Filled outsole lugs under the ball of the foot improve agility movements
  • Liquid foam insert in the heel for rebound and cushion
  • Raised midsole topline keeps you centered over the shoe platform
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I keep seeing sales for this shoe. Do you think these would be good all around gym shoes? Little bit of lifting, some running /cardio to round out the workout?
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I keep seeing sales for this shoe. Do you think these would be good all around gym shoes? Little bit of lifting, some running /cardio to round out the workout?
Thats what they are made for
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Thats what they are made for
Yeah i was getting that impression. Thanks!
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Yeah i was getting that impression. Thanks!
No problem. Only reason im not buying them is color/ JJ Watt doesnt play for "my team"
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Purchased one pair and repped
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These are solid shoes for general training. They are great for higher rep or more dynamic movements like lunges, jumps, sprint work, medicine ball work, etc. I would not recommend these for heavy squats or deadlifts (too unstable) or for longer running (not enough ride).
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These are solid shoes for general training. They are great for higher rep or more dynamic movements like lunges, jumps, sprint work, medicine ball work, etc. I would not recommend these for heavy squats or deadlifts (too unstable) or for longer running (not enough ride).
I appreciate your comment, was wondering if they were good lifting shoes, this answers it.
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These are solid shoes for general training. They are great for higher rep or more dynamic movements like lunges, jumps, sprint work, medicine ball work, etc. I would not recommend these for heavy squats or deadlifts (too unstable) or for longer running (not enough ride).
You shouldn't be doing heavy deadlifts in shoes.
I wear the Reebok JJ 2 and these are fine for squats and amount of heel drop depends entirely on the length of the person's shin and femur. I do squats at about 1.5x body weight.

Anyone going heavier in weight wouldn't be shopping for these shoes to begin with. Overall a good cross training shoe.
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You shouldn't be doing heavy deadlifts in shoes.
I wear the Reebok JJ 2 and these are fine for squats and amount of heel drop depends entirely on the length of the person's shin and femur. I do squats at about 1.5x body weight.

Anyone going heavier in weight wouldn't be shopping for these shoes to begin with. Overall a good cross training shoe.
Deadlifting in shoes are fine as long as they are thin, hard soled and flat. Chuck T's are good low cost option. Yes, deadlifitng can be done barefoot as well, but whether or not that's allowed is dependent on the gym.
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Should I use this as a daily shoe being on my feet a good portion of the time (nursing student)
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thanks
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Is this deal still working for anyone?
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