Best Shoes For Spinning
By Marty Munson
Photo Credit: Philip Friedman/Studio D
Q: Do I need special shoes for Spinning classes?
There are advantages, says Robert Pennino, founder of Terrier Tri coaching in New York City. Their stiff soles and the fact that they attach (via cleats) to the pedals allow you to also pull back and up as you spin, so you're engaging more muscles (hamstrings and hip flexors, not just glutes and quads).
$75, Spin with style in Sonoma 2 Mary Janes by Specialized.