When running or even walking, everybody ‘pronates’.  It is the natural way in which feet choose to absorb body weight when landing on the ground.  However, some people’s arches will roll inwards and downwards causing the body to become unaligned. This movement is called ‘over-pronation’. Un -alignment puts unnecessary strain on the body, in particular:…

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A common trait in biomechanically efficient runners is ‘neutral’ pronation. A Process which naturally absorbs body weight and impact without placing any unnecessary strain on the body due to  un alignment. It relieves many muscles and joints of any pressure, which can essentially be the root of many injuries. Particularly in the knees, lower legs…

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High Arches

THE BEST RUNNING SHOES TO SUPPORT HIGH ARCHES Everyone from professional athletes to everyday runners understands that the key to success partly lies in having the right equipment. Although choosing a shoe may be influenced by styling and durability, there may be times when you might be wearing the wrong type of shoe, especially if…

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