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Which running trainers to wear for sprinting on grass?

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  • Which running trainers to wear for sprinting on grass?


    I’m starting to do sprinting for cardio.

    I’m planning on doing between 20-30 thirty yard dashes.

    I bought a pair of Nike Pegasus 37 shield trainers, but I’m wondering if the heel is too big for sprinting? / which Nike running trainers would you recommend for short sprints on the grass?

    I’m looking for Nike trainers as they fit me the best

  • #2
    You don't have to wear sneakers to run on the grass. I like to run on my lawn and do yoga without using any shoes because that's how I feel most in contact with nature. No doubt a credit to the kentucky bluegrass seed. I didn't know about it until I went to my yoga instructor's house, and he told me about these seeds. I liked his lawn so much that I decided to grow one just like it. However, if you're interested in it specifically in sports matters, you can use cleats for that.
    Last edited by Gellehaiak; 12-07-21, 12:47.


    • #3
      I would recommend forgetting about sprinting on grass because on such a surface, the chance of getting a trauma it's much bigger than in a normal run. Also, I would recommend using only treadmills for running, and you could look for treadmills for sale. Treadmills are great, and they're getting better. Most people who have treadmills in their homes use them to watch TV or listen to music while they exercise. But if your treadmill is set up right, you can get a good run in, even better than the run you'd get outside.
      Last edited by millenerjulius; 26-09-22, 23:42.