If you were curious as to what the Nike Metcon line is all about then you’ll want to check out our detailed look and review of the Nike Metcon 3.
Do you even lift, bro? The Metcon 3 isn’t just for lifting, but it’s stable enough for most weight training exercises. However, where the Metcon 3 really excels is with its stability and rubber compound — two things needed when training consists of everything from weights to sprints, and even rope climbs.
For anyone interested in the Nike Metcon 3, multiple colorways are available on Eastbay.com.
I am really curious how well these hold up during WODs. I have been afraid to invest in such a firm minimal setup for shoes because I value comfort and cushion so much. But I want my lifts to be higher and more stable, but I just don’t know if I can spend that much on them.
I’m juggling between these and nobulls.
Could you maybe do a performance review for no bull trainers please?
This was a great vid as usual. I like that setup you have and the cinematography is A1. Keep doing your thing man.