I have always worn supporting running shoes in view of my overpronation. If Ons don’t provide such support, are they really right for me?
A certain amount of pronation is part of any normal running motion. It helps to cushion the forces felt when the heel touches down, easing the pressure on the rest of the locomotor system. With insufficiently strong muscles or weak connective tissues, however, a runner may develop overpronation over the years. But this can be corrected by building up the muscles concerned. And with their adaptive cushioning technology, Ons can actually help the wearer to build up these muscles in an effective and sustainable way.