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I wouldn't use an active pair of running shoes. You shouldn't squat or deadlift in your running shoes either. You'd be better off barefoot.
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I do track the workout as a treadmill run to log any mileage. I ditch my shoes for running at 300 miles. Some of my strength routines combine run intervals, so it's relevant to track the mileage as well.
If you're a crossfit junkie, I can see having dedicated shoes.
If you are an endurance athlete with 2 to 3 strength sessions a week, I don't see much of an issue.
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