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What is Your Shoe Telling You?

Image of a pair of feet that have spider veins
“Reading” the wear and tear of your shoe can give you valuable information. It can offer clues on how you walk, your current foot problems, and even how you may be able to prevent future injuries. First, grab a few pairs of shoes you wear often and let’s start at the top. Do you see?
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How to select the right running shoes?

Illustration of different running shoes from Brooks, New Balance and Saucony
Although very few overuse running injuries have an established root cause, the fact that over 80% of these injuries occur at or below the knee suggests that there may be some common mechanisms.  The capacity to prevent such injuries is currently limited, with training advice and footw
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Running Shoes for Pronation

Photo of running shoes that are good for pronation
Pronation: it’s the inward rolling movement your foot makes as it hits the ground. Runner’s World explains that pronation is your body’s way of absorbing shock, and everyone’s feet have some degree of pronation. Normal Pronation The amount of pronation in your feet varies based on sev
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What is Supination? Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention

Illustration of a foot that supinations or rolls outward when walking
Everyone’s foot supinates and pronates when they walk. In a normal gait, supination is the outward movement of your foot, while pronation is the inward movement. Oversupination or overpronation, however, can lead to tension or strain on other joints and muscles. Oversupination i
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What is Supination? Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention

Not sure if you supinate? Watch this video to learn what supination is and how to treat and prevent the negative effects of this ailment.  
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