My shoes wear on the outside? [Over Supination] & what you can do about it
Ever wondered what this means for your body position and your risk of injury?
Over Supination can cause pain in the outside of the foot on impact (e.g. running) and be linked with other injuries
Look out for our 3 week email series on Foot Position & Foot Instability – COMING SOON
There’s a lot of confusion and mis-understanding about how the position of your feet (Pronation and Supination of foot) affects your posture, your pelvis position, your gait (walking) cycle and ultimately your risk of injury and pain.
So over the next 3 weeks I’ll take you through some actual case studies to show how your trainers/shoes could tell you a lot about your likelihood for injury and what you can do to minimise that riskRead More
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