The ideal walking criteria
Position of the body
Take a step straight and with drooping shoulders. The ears must be above the shoulder joint and the chin is parallel to the ground. When walking, fix your stand on the front (at a distance of about 5 meters), holding the spine upright, moving forward or on either side. Important Walking Points
Let your shoulders move with the swing of your arms. Do not try to rotate your shoulders to either side or front.
The pelvis and the lower abdomen
Hold tight your muscles of your lower part of your abdomen slightly and do not let them hang. In a natural walk, your pelvis must be naturally and without lateral movements. It doesn’t have to turn around or feel pain and pressure. Important Walking Points
The thigh must be loose. Don’t tighten the muscle when you walk.
Your knees should fall under your body without bending. If everything is right for your walk, this will naturally set up on your knees.
Move on short and fast, so that it can be more distance from your steps in the back of the body (not in front of it). Do not try to take a long step and let your feet fall below your body on the ground.
Your shoulders, especially the long muscles between the neck and neck joints, must be loose and relaxed.
While walking backwards and forwards, your arms must be tilted at an angle of 85 degrees. Keep your arms near your body and don’t let them get away from the body.
Hold your back straight, don’t lean your waist and the arch of your lower back should not be exceeded.
Pull your hands delicately. Wrists and fingers should not hang. Move your hands back and forth with equal force on both sides in parallel. Hands should not be more than 5 / 12 cm in front of the chest.
Focus on rolling your foot (from the heel to toe) when walking. While the front part of your foot is on the ground, take a step back from the heel on the ground, and then step up by pressing your toes, which are in a bending way. Important Walking Points