Despite popular misconception, a “normal” running gait does not exist. Pronation and supination are normal movements associated with the running and walking gait. Some have structural issues that cannot be changed, but many have poor movement patterns from limited range or motion, strength deficits, and even poor neuromuscular control. By viewing a runner in multiple views from the waist down (not just the feet) on a treadmill while running, many limitations that cause injury and prevent performance enhancement can be identified and a plan toward injury rehab and performance enhancement can be formulated through exercises and gait training. As a RunLab Certified trainer, I have the knowledge to help you be the best runner you can be. Also available as a virtual service!