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  • noun One who overpronates.


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overpronate +‎ -or


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  • Injury Prevention Tip: I was an overpronator and had chronic knee pain whenever I hit the 20-mile mark.

    ChiRunning Danny Dreyer 2009

  • Since I have terrible feet (overpronator to the n-th degree), I needed to be fitted for shoes.

    Constructive Criticism 2005

  • Not every overpronator is in need of a motion control shoe, just as not every 180+ lb runner is in need of a high-cushion shoe.

    Baltiblogs 2010

  • Usually, when a person has flat feet, they are also considered to be an overpronator. 2009

  • Marco in shoe lingo is a serious overpronator, and it leads to his knee problems. Recent Updates 2009

  • Running shoe built for the mild overpronator who requires a combination of cushioning and stability. new styles 2009

  • I'm also a redonkulous overpronator, so I need the running shoe equivalent of those black boots with the leg braces attached.

    BarrenAlbion 2009


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