Pronation Explained

In this article on, writer Bob Gavin provides insight into how our feet work in regards to pronation. There are three videos to explain the different ways our feet hit the ground. The videos make the page take a bit longer than normal web pages to load—but your patience will be worth it!

“If you have a normal arch, you’re likely a normal pronator, meaning you’ll do best in a stability shoe that offers moderate pronation control. Runners with flat feet normally overpronate, so they do well in a motion-control shoe that controls pronation. High-arched runners typically underpronate, so they do best in a neutral-cushioned shoe that encourages a more natural foot motion.”

Click here to view the remainder of the article and watch the videos.