When your foot rolls excessively inward upon contact with the ground. Overpronators are generally characterized by a low arch. [www.eastbay.com/help/glossary] When your foot flattens too much [www.skibootspecialist.com
The motion of the foot as it goes beyond (neutral) the best working or healthy range of motion of the foot as a dynamic organ.
The excessive inward roll of the foot before toe-off. Overpronation is believed to be the cause of many running injuries.
Excessive pronation or over rotation of the foot.
The excessive inward roll of the foot; overpronation can be controlled through the use of motion control shoes and/or orthotics
A condition that occurs when improperly supported arches flatten, causing the feet to become unstable and roll inward and downward more than normal.
Excessive inward foot motion during running that can lead to injury. Learn how to choose running shoes.