If you're looking to get fit indoors this season, we've found the best gym trainers for you

Everyone’s wearing trainers, celebs from Miranda Kerr to Anne Hathaway are rocking their own stylish pairs inside and outside the gym.

Here at Fit & Well we think it’s time to invest in a new pair – after all nothing incentivises working out like some new eye-catching kit.


When it’s time to buy new trainers you can’t just pick any pair off the shelf. You need to make sure that the shoes you choose are right for the type of workout you’re doing.

Different design features dictate whether a trainer is better for high intensity interval training (HIIT) classes or hiking or simply your walk to work. Here we’ve selected our best gym trainers for you, so you can look stylish in your next Zumba class.



What to look out for:

  • Choose a low-profile trainer, which will be lightweight and flexible. This will allow to have better control if you’re lifting weights.
  • Trainers with extra cushioning are a must for high-impact dance or aerobics classes – so you can keep going to the end.
  • Select a shoe that is built up more around the ankle to provide support for forward and lateral movement.

Nike-Studio-Trainer-2-Print-@-JD-Sports-£55-www.jdsports.co.uk Nike Studio Trainer, £55, jdsports.co.uk


Saucony-Zealot_£115Saucony Zealot ISO, £115, saucony.co.uk


Tamaris-@-Task-PR-£49.99-23701_863_seite_50_LB_FS15Tamaris Touch It, £49.99, tamaris.eu