The outside part of the heel makes initial contact with the ground. The foot "rolls"
inward about fifteen percent, comes in complete contact with the ground, and can
support your body weight without any problem. The rolling in of the foot optimally
distributes the forces of impact. This movement is called "pronation," and it's critical
to proper shock absorption. At the end of the gait cycle, you push off evenly from
the front of the foot.
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WHAT IS YOUR FOOT TYPE?
Normal foot plant /Mild Overpronators
A normal foot will leave approximately half the footprint - the lateral (outside)
part. The neutral plant lands on the outside of the heel and rolls inward slightly
to absorb shock while moving off the big toe. Great shoes for mild overpronators
are: New Balance M858, Asics Gel GT2130, Asics Gel Kayano, Brooks Adrenaline, Saucony
Grid Omni or alternatively click here for all other support shoes.
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