Do you need a shoe for sprinting, but that doesn’t have spikes? We’ve done a roundup of some of the running shoes available for purchase which should be light enough for sprinting, but give you enough grip to ensure that you can run quickly without the risk of slipping or losing your technique.
Here are the shoes.
They are catered for long distance running, but they will do the trick when it comes to sprinting. They are sturdy, lightweight and have grip for offroad or cross country running. So if you plan to sprint on grass or on a moist surface, these shoes should help.
The price starts from $74.95.
These are also cross country running shoes that can be used as sprinting shoes. They are light, have a synthetic sole and are shaped in a slightly similar way to running spikes.
Prices start from $45.
You can also use these cross country spikes from Nike. They aren’t exactly customised for sprinting, but they are lightweight and comfortable enough if you need spikeless shoes.
Prices start from $59.00
If you would like to get faster, buy the training guide for beginners for $9.99.
If you are more advanced, then invest in the Sub-11s training sprinting plan for $150.
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