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  1. efuller replied to the thread When I retire I'm going to .........

    Ever grind a toenail without a mask?

    Oct 18, 2019 at 11:02 PM
  2. efuller replied to the thread Defining Abnormal Pronation.

    Briefly, the center of pressure is the average point of ground reaction force on the foot. This point can be considered the point of...

    Oct 17, 2019 at 8:29 PM
  3. efuller replied to the thread Defining Abnormal Pronation.

    It appears that you are claiming that gravity causes pronation. Gravity also causes supination and supination is required for...

    Oct 15, 2019 at 5:38 PM
  4. efuller replied to the thread Defining Abnormal Pronation.

    If that were true, we'd never see sprained ankles. Pronation moments, or torques cause pronation. Supination moments cause...

    Oct 14, 2019