Sprint and Strength Workout + Adidas Pure Boost X

Over the past year or so, I’ve come to have a pretty amazing collection of shoes (Thank you Finish Line!). I’m not talking about stilettos, pumps, in da club…I’m specifically talking about athletic shoes. I pretty much have something to match every kind of top and bottom combination in my closet…pink, blue, green, black, patterned. I don’t feel bad about it at all. Most women have a mega collection of heels, flats, wedges, boots, etc. I however, have a very focused collection of shoes because it just makes sense for my lifestyle. For me, comfort is the number one thing I look for in a shoe and I am the most comfortable in a gym shoe. Plus- 90% of the time I am wearing some sort of activewear, whether I’m in the gym or just doing my day to day thang.

I am excited to be one of the first people to test out Adidas’s new Pure Boost X Running Shoes! I had them on the other day when my brother was over for dinner and he was SUPER JEALOUS ;) Talk about a good looking shoe…and comfy too! It’s one of those shoes that’s so cool looking that I don’t want to wear them out at the gym :P I’ve actually never seen anything like it. The center of the shoe is detached from the sole with a dynamic foot arch, which pretty much molds to your foot. They’re lightweight, which I am a HUGE fan of and have a super comfortable sole.

Love these Pure Boost X Running shoes by Adidas (and Finish Line Women). They're lightweight and perfect for running, cross training, or every day life!

Clearly I’m down to wear these guys on the street, but I’m also comfortable enough strapping them on for a run or for strength training in the gym. They are meant for running after all, but I’m all about a dual-purpose shoe. 

I wrote up a workout inspired by the versatility of these bad boys. Lately I have been a HUGE FAN of mixing up my workouts by combining sprint circuits with strength circuits. I’d much rather jump on the treadmill, run for a bit, jump off, squat for a bit, back on the treadmill…etc. 

Combine two minute treadmill sprints with a strength training circuit for the ultimate full body sprint and strength workout!

Sprint and Strength Workout

Directions: Do the sprint circuit x 1, then the strength circuit x3, then the sprint circuit x1.


  • 2 minute run —> 20 jumping jacks
  • 2 minute run —> 20 in and out squats
  • 2 minute run —> 20 lateral shuffle
  • 2 minute run —> 20 squat to plank
  • 2 minute run —> 20 goblet squats


  • 15 hercules
  • 15 front to lateral raises
  • 15 dumbbell curl to overhead press
  • 15 decline push up
  • 15 goblet squats

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Combine two minute treadmill sprints with a strength training circuit for the ultimate full body sprint and strength workou

One more thing before I go…I’m giving away a pair of Adidas Pure Boost X’s to one lucky FFF reader. Use the widget below to enter! Thank you Finish Line. WOOT! 

This post is sponsored by Finish Line. I was compensated and all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting Fit Foodie Finds! 

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