Best Sneakers for Every Workout

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Have a hard time getting a good workout in because your feet are killing you? It's not the workout, it's the shoe. Making sure you have the appropriate shoe for your type of foot is essential to getting fit! Whether you're looking for a lightweight shoe or something for your flat feet, we've got you covered.

For women who underpronate: If you roll your feet outward when you walk or run, then you underpronate. These are a great shoe to help you with that, and still support you enough for a great and comfortable workout!

Our Pick: New Balance 890

(Photo: new balance 890 Photo Credit: New Balance)

For woman who overpronate: If your gait causes you to roll your feet inward, these shoes are great for you. They can help you to control your foot roll while you get your fitness on.

Our Pick for Mild: Mizuno Wave Inspire 7

(Photo: mizuno wave inspire 7 Photo Credit: Swaroks)

Our Pick for Mild to Moderate: Asics GT 2160

(Photo: asics GT 2160 Photo Credit: Sears)

For speed runners: Like to go fast? These shoes are specifically designed for speed so you can get there faster, and break records!

Our Pick: Under Armor Speedfrom Apollo

(Photo: under amrour speedform apollo Photo Credit: Dick's Sporting Goods)

Our Pick: Karhu Fast2 Fulcrum-Ride

(Photo: karhu fast 2 fulcrum ride Photo Credit: Sierra Trading Post)

For trail runners: Do you prefer to run in more unique locations as opposed to your basement treadmill? Get a pair of sneaks that can hold up so you don't have to hold back.

Our Pick: Saloman XR Crossmax

(Photo: saloman crossmax Photo Credit: Wiggle)

Our Pick: Keen A86 TR

(Photo: keen a86 tr womens Photo Credit: Keen Footware)

For eco-friendly runners: If you like to consider the environment when making purchases, than consider this shoe! It's designed to decompose faster in landfills so once you've finally worn them out, you can still feel good about your product!

Our Pick: Brooks Adrenaline GTS 11

(Photo: brooks adrenaline GTS 11 Photo Credit: New Sporting Shoes)

For a stability and security: Weak ankles? Tired of slipping and sliding around in your gym shoes? Try these shoes and get a great fit that will support you through a tough work out!

Our Pick: Brooks Revenna 5

(Photo: brooks revanna 5 Photo Credit: Zappos)

For cross training: Your workouts are never the same, and you need a shoe that can keep up with you. Try out the sneakers specially designed to stand up to all your work out dynamics

Our Pick: Asics Gel-Harmony TR 2

(Photo: gel harmony tr 2 Photo Credit: Asics America)

Our Pick: Biom Train

(Photo: biom train ecco Photo Credit: Ecco)

For high intensity workouts: If you're the kinda of lady who likes to make the most out of your gym time with a high power workout, you'll need a sneaker that can take the heat!

Our Pick: New Balance 817

(Photo: new balance 817 Photo Credit: Sierra Trading Post)

For spinning class: Spinning a a great class and it's popularity is on the rise! It's a great way to work your lower body and get in some cardio. Show up with the proper attire for your next class!

Our Pick: Shimano SH-WR42W

(Photo: Shimano SH WR42W Photo Credit: Zappos)

For road cycling: Spinning isn't your thing? Hit the road with the proper attire to make the most out of your road cycling workout!

Our Pick: Louis Garneau Women's Carbon LS 100

(Photo: louis garneau womens carbon ls 100 Photo Credit: Zappos)

For women with high arches: Achy arches after a long workout? These shoes will soothe and support.

Our Pick: Brooks Running PureCadence 2

(Photo: womens  brooks pure cadence Photo Credit: The Athlete's Foot)

Our Pick: Adidas Supernova Sequence 5

(Photo: adidas supernova sequence 5 Photo Credit: Runner's World)

For women with flat feet: Flat feet are only good when trying to avoid the draft. Other than that, they can be a serious pain! Get shoes that support your feet so you can make the most of your workout.

Our Pick: Asics Gel GT-2000 2 

(Photo: asics gt 2000 Photo Credit: Wiggle)

Our Pick: Saucony Guide 7 

(Photo: saucony guide 7 Photo Credit: Saucony)

Now that you've got the perfect sneaker, pair it with the proper sports bra for your bust, and you'll be ready to hit the gym!