supination of the foot

su·pi·na·tion of the foot

inversion and abduction of the foot, causing an elevation of the medial edge.
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When using foot controls, for example, users must learn to associate motor actions, such as pronation or supination of the foot, with specific motor outcomes (customized for the user), such as wrist pronation or supination.
Common biomechanical factors leading to injury include both excessive pronation and supination of the foot, both normal motions of the foot.