Author: Sarah Lass
Getting the most out of our body means getting the most out of our joints, making full range of motion central to healthy movement.
Supination and its opposite, pronation, are terms that describe where someone puts most of their weight when they walk or run.
Over time, physical predispositions can develop into movement preferences or habits, and this is often how pronation arises.
Walking symmetry refers to the bilateral coordination of our legs and feet; in other words, how our right and left legs work together when we walk.
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