Are your running problems coming from supination, also known as under pronation? Here are some tips from Runner’s World Magazine.
Flat feet, otherwise known as overpronation is well known for causing problems such as shin pain, ankle and knee problems. Supination is more related to high arches, and it too can be problematic in a runner due to the stiffness of the arch.
Many of us have a combination of overpronation and supination, and the asymmetry is also known to cause problems in the legs, knees and back.
Runners World offers advice on what you can do if you supinate. Unlike overpronation, which can be helped by certain exercises and foot orthotics, supination requires a different type of thinking.
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Signs You Suffer From Supination—and How to Fix It
Under pronating can cause a whole host of injuries and issues for runners.
By Jenny McCoy THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2018
Supination, also known as underpronation, is the insufficient inward roll of the foot after landing. It may be the result of having a naturally high-arching foot, or it may also be caused by certain muscle weakness in your calves, ankles, or feet that are a result of ill-fitting running shoes, improper gait, or previous injuries.
If you’re a runner who is a habitual supinator, you place extra stress on the outer side of the foot, which can trigger a whole host of other issues you might not be aware of. Here are some telltale signs that you may be an excessive supinator, along with advice for alleviating the harmful effects and severity of supination.