Overpronating vs Underpronating vs Neutral

Overpronating vs Underpronating vs Neutral #trainingtipthursday This is all about how your feet rolls. Some people have feet that roll inwards alot, this is overpronating and these people need shoes that are categorized as stability (little overpronation) or motion control (lot of overpronating) to help with injury prevention. Underpronating is when the foot does not roll inwards and the ankles lean outwards which concentrates the impact on the outside edge of the foot. These people are best matched with neutral or cushioning shoes. Neutral striders are the lucky ones with the most efficient flow. They should be looking for neutral shoes. What type of shoe is best for your feet? Share what works for you in the comments below!
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