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Editor’s Note: The Nike Metcon 1s are no longer being made; check out our Nike Metcon 7 review for information on the latest from Nike!
Nike Metcons are some of the most popular training shoes of all time. Thankfully, Nike has put a lof of effort in designing cool, new colorways for the shoes. Here they are, all of them.
Nike, with the introduction of the Nike Metcon 1 has Crossfitter’s pocket books wide open. Similar to the introduction of the Air Jordan, Nike has begin creating collectors of the Metcon’s.
This post is to show all of the various colors. Period.
Mens Nike Metcon 1
Womens Nike Metcon 1
Who doesn’t love a good massage? I love walking out of a massage parlor feeling so zen and flexible. I don’t like how time-consuming or expensive massages are, though. I think a lot of people probably feel the same way, considering the explosive popularity of handheld massage guns.If you tend to get muscle knots and trigger points, a percussive massage gun is a must-have. You probably know the popular names like Theragun andHypervolt, but there are tons of lesser known brands with solid massage guns for lower prices. In my ExoGun Massage Gun review, you’ll find out if the ExoGun DreamPro is one of those unicorns.Why You Should Trust UsI’ve been reviewing percussive massage guns since 2018 and I’ve covered some of the most popular models, including the Hyperice Hypervolt andTimTam Percussion Massager. I’ve also reviewed newer massage guns from brands just starting to dip their toes into the water, such as the REP Fitness RAPIDSTRIKE Massage Gun. Read more
In my Adidas Adipower 2 review, I’ll break down who should give these redesigned classics a shot and who should pass on them. Read more
Released in 2020, the Echelon Stride is one of the newest interactive running machines on the market. There are a few reasons that it made my list of thebest treadmills, namely because of its foldability and portability. I like its compact size for people in tight spaces, and I also like that although imperfect, it at least makes an attempt at imitating higher-end treadmills through its connectivity with an interactive app.I conducted an in-depth Echelon Stride review to look at the way the Stride performs, its key features as well as some important things you need to know before you buy.My Favorite Things:Incredibly easy to assemble (just a few short steps)Compact size is great for small spacesVery easy to usePriced under $1,500Uses Echelon United for programmingMy Callouts: Basic console – you need your own tablet or device to stream the appSuper short one-year warrantySmall treadmill means a small running deckWeaker motor at just 1.75 chp Read more