Normal pronation is when running your foot hits heel first, then toe, then pushing off with the inside of your toe. It is usually found in runners who have normal arches. This type of running ensures that all of your weight is moving forward with little wasted motion. At the end of your stride your forefoot should be slightly angled away from your body and when your foot lands there should be a very slight angle between your foot and leg. You can check the wear on your shoes to tell if you have normal pronation. The inside of your foot near the toe should be worn out as well as the heel.