Globe & Mail Article: How do I minimize pronation when I run?

How do I minimize pronation when I run?The question: My feet pronate when I run. What can I do?

The answer: The ankle should primarily be a hinge joint that brings your toes toward and then away from your shin. During pronation, the foot points out to the side, and the inner arch rolls in. If you pronate while running, the muscles of the knee, hip and back have to alter their recruitment patterns to compensate for the pronation, and over time this can cause injury. Read More

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