Reebok JJ 2 Review – JJ WATT Training Shoes

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Performance Fitness says:

Great review. I’m in search for an all around trainer in which I can do basic strength training (for my heavy lifts I have oly lifting shoes) and some short distance running, no more than 5k. I’m looking for something with decent cushoning, good stability, comfortable and if possible little to zero heel to toe drop, what would you recommend man? I also have quite a skinny foot. If possible give me more than one option I’d really appreciate it! Subbed and liked, great content 😉

nerzo4878 says:

Quick Question
My metcon 3 is 9.5
My nano 6 is 10
You said pick same size as metcon and nano …. Well 10 or 9.5 ??

Cesar Melendez says:

I have a pair and I love them.

nerzo4878 says:

Again same question metcon3 9.5us nano6 10us
JJ2 9.5 or 10.0?

Healthy Trollmeister says:

yeah vid got me lost also.
My Reebok Zpump 2.0 is 10 while my UA Charged 2.0 is 10.5 (which I bought because of you btw 🙂 ) What size do I go for?

Ben Martinez says:

I love when ur videos come out usually lets me know what cool things to buy…. I looked on Nike and I couldn’t fine the galaxy metcons

Anthony Lewis says:

Reebok Harmony Racers?


Thanks Joel for all your great reviews. You do an awesome job. Question. Which is a better training shoe…..Reebok JJ 2 or the Adidas Crazytrain Elite?


Worked out in them today, better than i originally thought when trying them on. I do wish it was a mid cut like the JJ1 to help with my pronation from my flat feet, but lacing them up really tight kind of helped a little. Running is way better in these. Also not as wide as the JJ1. Only complaints is, like you said, the weave is a little stiffer than I thought it would be. Also, to me, the new traction pattern feels like your walking in cleats because of how spread out the nubs are. But, they have better grip than the JJ1, especially when I was doing sprints on the field. Toe slightly pointer than JJ1. Better for running, nicer cushion, better traction, a little lower to ground. Definitely worth what I spent. But, for my wide and flat feet, another pair of the JJ1 would’ve been best even though the JJ2 performed much better.

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