During my recent trip up to the Pacific Northwest to compete in a couple of Open tournaments, I was able to stop by the adidas US headquarters in Portland, OR. I was fortunate enough to have been given a tour of the “village” (which was actually converted from an old hospital) along with a behind the scene look at the AIT (adidas Innovation Team). After hours of learning about product, company philosophy and their direction moving forward, there were a couple of things worth noting that jumped out to me.
Take your tennis game to new heights by doing some off-court training in the Nike Lunar Trainer 1! Tennis is changing as it becomes faster and more physical, and as a result off-court training is becoming increasingly important for staying fit and healthy. By incorporating more gym workouts and off-court sprints into your training regimen you can make yourself faster, stronger and fitter without putting the wear and tear on your body from spending long hours on hard courts.
Not only do these training shoes look great, they are super lightweight and ultra comfortable while providing lots more stability than your average running shoe.
These shoes are lightweight, speedy and easy to wear anywhere. I love them on the court because of the great fit and how fast I feel, also, they have a good amount of stability and durability. I like them in the gym for the exact same reasons — I find stability when lifting in them, but also enjoy them because they are easy to wear for box jumps and burpees — they are the perfect shoes for my needs.