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To get a good workout, you need great training shoes. And lucky for you, we have a huge variety of women's training and gym shoes… But what makes a trainer shoe the right style for your activity level? First, consider what you’ll be doing in these gym shoes. Cross-training typically includes activities like weight lifting, interval training or aerobics—basically, any exercise that involves lateral movement, for which you'll need durable workout shoes. Women's cross-trainer shoes have wide soles to provide more stability and tread with extra grip. Women's training shoes are preferred for lifting weights due to their wider, flatter feel underfoot rather than the cushy feel of a running shoe. This allows the wearer to feel grounded and steady while weightlifting at the gym.

When shopping for the best training shoes for women, you may want a style that’s lightweight and flexible to keep you light on your feet. Or you may desire a style that’s more supportive for gym activities like cross-fit or aerobics classes. Some of the best women's training shoes may also include a smooth pivot point on the outsole. This allows for the wearer to turn easily on the ball of their foot during aerobic dance classes like Zumba or Jazzercise.

The shoe style you need depends on your workout. And if you’re into walking, running and cross-training, it’s smart to have a different pair of trainers for each activity. Each style has its own unique features tailored to the exercise at hand. And having multiple pairs will keep you from wearing down one training shoe pair with every type of workout. We hope the right pair of women's training shoes helps you take your workout to the next level.