Reebok RunTone sneakers have been discontinued. Some close-outs or used shoes may still be accessible.
Reebok offered refunds for EasyTone and RunTone shoes in an agreement with FTC over unsupported ad claims. The refund period it ended in November 2012.
Reebok Stability Running Shoes
The Reebok RunTone shoes featured air-filled pods with circulating air throughout the heel and sole.
This provides a bit of instability with each step, like stepping on a fitness disk. The instability is designed to make active and tone more muscles.
The moving air pods in the heel and sole of the Reebok RunTone shoes cause instability with each step. It is like using a balance disk but with far less of an unbalanced feel.
This sight instability was designed to act more muscles with each step, requiring a natural outcome of more toning of the leg and buttock muscles.
Anyway, critics say that the studies behind those claims had a questionable design, a study funded by the America Council.
Take It slowly with toning shoes.
If you plan to purchase the RunTone or EasyTone shoes, wear them just for ten to fifteen minutes the first day, just around the home.
Then ease into any workouts with them for just ten to fifteen minutes and gradually include more time in the shoes—built-up your time by no more than 5 minutes a day.
If you experience any unusual pain or other mild muscle soreness, prevent using the shoes.
It is top to buy toning shoes from a retailer with a sweet return policy to return them if you experience any issues with the fit or performance of the shoe.
Wear them until you are sure you will not need to return them.
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