Anti-Pronation exercise





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Published on Feb 8, 2013

***REPOSTED, with corrections***

This is an immensely important exercise. Despite what you have been told, it is possible to turn pronating ankles into strong, well aligned ones, and this exercise will build up the muscles in the feet, too. The colloquial term for pronation is "flat feet", but true flat feet (where a bone in the foot is displaced medially) is rare.

To correct pronation is simplicity: you need a step, and something to hold on to, and a quantum of willpower.

The video is posted in response to the many inquiries we have had in response to a dual post:


And the parallel post on Coach's site. I will add a link to this video there, too.

Please ask questions on either forum; Coach and I are working together these days, and it's a very creative cooperation.

Please note: kind readers pointed out some typos (note to self: take more time) and an anatomical detail that (for some reason) I persist in repeating!

Tibialis posterior, not peroneus longus! Thanks to Joshua (slizzardman) and JimP.

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