Motion control running shoes are used as corrective shoe on normal people who over-pronate while they walk.
For a normal gait person, as he moves a step forward, his heel touches the ground first then the arch of his foot followed by his forefoot and toes.
The normal footprints would depict a heel, a bridge connecting to the metatarsus, and the toes. This is the normal gait, the heel which rolls to the arch then the forefoot and toes.
What happens in a flatfooted individual is quite different. As his heel touches the ground, it rolls to the whole sole of his foot followed by the toes.