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Seventy percent of the population overpronates, and overpronators should wear shoes with support as much of the time as possible.
This is a great exercise for people with flat feet, overpronators, people whose feet splay out, and those with bunions on the medial side of the big toe.
About half of the runners received shoes designated by the shoe companies as appropriate for their particular foot stance (underpronators were given cushiony shoes, overpronators motion-control shoes and so on).
Many overpronators, who, in theory, should have benefited from motion-control shoes, complained of pain and missed training days after wearing them, as did a number of the runners with normal feet and every single underpronating runner assigned to the motion-control shoes.)