New research suggests humanity’s ancestors began walking upright earlier than believed

Walk like an Egyptian?

Human-like walking evolved before the genus Homo, more than 3.6 million years ago

Well if it sounds like a human and walks like a human…

Are you living in a lazy or an active country? Study maps how much the world walks

Turns out, activity inequality is a great predictor of obesity rates.

Scientists find the step-by-step process by which your shoelaces come undone

Trying to walk it off only makes it worse.

Feeling down? Walk it off! No really, walking is all you have to do

Who said you can’t run from your problems?

New paper explains why predatory dinosaurs walked on two feet while mammals stayed on all fours

It’s all about the tail.

Humans hacked walking by stepping on the heel not the toes, like other animals do

One foot in front of the other.

Taking a walk encourages creativity more than sitting

If you’ve ever read the biographies of some of the world’s greatest thinkers, you may have noticed that one of their favorite pastimes was taking long and relaxing walks. For instance, Charles Darwin had a fixed schedule that demanded he begins his morning rituals with a walk upon waking at 7:00, and only after take breakfast. Aldous Huxley, Winston Churchill,