I need some help knowing how my boots should feel in a static position. A boot fitter has made some adjustments, heel lifts, cant and punched the ankle on the medial side. The definitely feel much better standing in my kitchen in an athletic position. I feel in balance with good weight distribution from heel to the balls of my feet, and can move forward and backwards fairly easy and stay in balance.
Standing in my kitchen with my boots on, when I move my left foot forward like the first motion of taking a step forward, or rotate the left hip forward around center, I feel pressure on the ball of my right foot right away. My right side from my foot all the way up my leg and upper body feels very strong and stable. The same as if I were walking with shoes on. It take only a very slight motion of either of these to feel really solid/stacked on my right leg and with downward pressure on my right foot, mostly on the ball. This seems right.
What am not sure about is this:
Alternatively, standing in a static athletic position, feet shoulder width apart and parallel, when I let my weight drop naturally and flex at the knees, the pressure goes to my heels, and off the balls of my feet. My feet feel like they are pronating and are very relaxed. (I have a strong pronation and very flexible ankle and foot joints). Is the right,,normal?