Quote filter: Who was it that said something to the effect of "you can tell by the way he walks that he was loved as a child" of a naked chap? [more inside]
I want to go for a really long walk. I don't want to camp. Where should I go? Trekking in Asia. [more inside]
How do I walk and stand correctly? My upright posture sucks and I want to change it. [more inside]
I'm going to be going to visit my best friend in NYC for a week, in a week. Last time I went for a weekend, I wore Payless shoes and went cross borough and wound up limping and having cankles as a result. I am a lot more sedentary in Arizona than I used to be back east-- and I am looking for suggestions of how to keep this trip as painfree as possible. [more inside]
I'm in the Seattle area for the weekend (thanks, Microsoft!) and I have all day tomorrow to see the city by myself. My favorite way to see a city is by walking around it: does anyone have suggestions of good walking routes?
Where can I find affordable and cool looking shoes that I can walk in? [more inside]
I heard a story on NPR some time ago, and am having no luck finding it now. It was about a man, possibly a professor of architecture, who taught students how to mindfully walk and study the suburban landscape. Who was this person? [more inside]
Sometimes my shins hurt when I'm walking alone. It never happens when I'm walking with someone else. [more inside]
OddFilter: How do you walk in flip-flops without them flying off your feet? [more inside]
I just had a doctor tell me I'm too heavy to run the Couch to 5k program. Is this really true? [more inside]
Make me want to go to Asia. [more inside]
Please help me learn to run. [more inside]
How many miles can a person walk in a day? [more inside]
I am looking for some good hiking trails near NYC that are easily accessible via public transportation that aren't too long (over 6 miles total) or too steep (no Breakneck Ridge for me yet, thanks). I am also looking for a good hiking club to join in NYC. [more inside]
Can anyone please provide some standard legal language for a walking tour release form to be used in California? [more inside]
How important is arch support for walking? [more inside]
Help me find a great walking neightbourhood in Vancouver. [more inside]
Have you ever taken a culinary walking tour? Might you be willing to share highlights and details? I'm planning to develop some tasting tours for my city and would appreciate hearing about your own food tour experiences. [more inside]
When walking on the strip in Vegas recently, a couple walking toward me was forced to split to either side of me, and the woman said "bread and butter!". I remember my mom using this phrase when I was a kid, but it was the first time I'd heard it from someone else. What's the origin of this phrase? [more inside]
Without fail, the soles on the heels of my boots wear down unevenly. The outside part (the edge) of the heel on each shoe wears down more quickly than the inside part, so each shoe become lopsided. How can I prevent this? [more inside]
I walked around in flip-flops all day, and now my big toes really, really hurt. [more inside]
I walk to work, so I'm good for the environment these days. However, the wear and tear that used be directed to my car tires now falls on my high heels! [more inside]
Is walking at your normal walking rate, but increasing the distance you walk, sufficient enough to be considered exercise? Can anyone recommend exercises for people who are very underconditioned and extremely obese, but not in poor cardiac health? And, finally, is there a medical professional who is the equivalent of a gym's personal trainer? (More inside.) [more inside]
Have you ever been on a guided walking tour? What did you like about it? What did you dislike? Was the subject matter most important, or the presentation? How long was it? Was it focused narrowly (like, sites to pick up dudes in the Castro) or more broadly (like, the history of Manhattan) I would love to hear as much detail as possible about the walking tours that have bored you, thrilled you, or just made your feet hurt. Thank you!
How much walking is too much walking for my dog? [more inside]
My 19-month old still isn't independently walking on her own yet. Any suggestions on what I can do to help her along? [more inside]
Is there a simple formula to calculate how many calories are used during walking exercise ? [more inside]
Help me understand the power dynamics in play when two men pass each other on the sidewalk. [more inside]
I have (a) a bad back (herniated L4-L5) and (b) very flat feet, so with every step I take when walking I feel a huge jolt go up my spine. Without resorting to the ridiculous looking Z-coil shoes, what's the next best thing? [more inside]
So... what will running do to one's body? [more inside]
Where in the US does walking make the police suspicious? [more inside]
Non-custom orthotics: any suggestions? I overpronate on my right foot, and I'm looking for something to put in running shoes and daily walking shoes to help this. [more inside]
I had an isolated sleepwalking incident when I was younger that I am still curious about. [more inside]
Help me find somewhere to buy a really great every-day shoe like you helped find me a running shoe shop! [more inside]
I want to start walking to shed some pounds. Besides getting good shoes and being aware of my surroundings... [more inside]
Is it safe to walk from Great American Music Hall (SF) to BART after a show? [more inside]
My wife & I will be spending 4 days in Northern Italy this weekend and would like to do some walking - does anyone have any recommendations or know of any sites where I can find itineraries for day or half day walks? [more inside]
Help me find slip-on athletic shoes so I can walk home without pain! [more inside]
Tell me about my town. [more inside]
Where should I take a walk? [more inside]
When I walk/hike for any length of time, my hands swell and fill with blood, turning bright red to purple. It's painful, and scares the hell out of my wife. What's going on?
How do I stop the habit of walking around the house when thinking something or having my lunch or dinner ?
I have a habit of walking to and fro from one room of my house to another, whenever I am thinking something, or even when I am having my lunch or dinner ? I am aware this is not a good habit, as I waste valuable calories in the process (I am a thin person by the way). How do I get rid of this habit ? Please give some innovative ideas. Has anyone else suffered from the same habit ? Basically I am quite a restless person. This habit looks quite odd in front of guests.
I'm looking for some floppy shoes. [more inside]
What are your favorite places to walk in Boston after dark? [more inside]
What's the best way to have music with me as I walk? CD player, ipod, satellite radio? I walk for exercise and relaxation, and would like to be able to listen to, say, Bach, or Charlie Mingus while I do so? What's the simplest, most reliable way to do this? I have about 350 CDs. I have maybe 50 MP3s. Quality satellite radio is also fine. Mainly I am looking for an easy, portable way to always have music with me as I walk, if I want it. Thanks.
Anyone use these "Yaktrax" thingys? More importantly, any experience using them on not-entirely-flat-soled-shoes? [more inside]
Last minute anniversary plans in San Francisco. Help! [more inside]
Should my girlfriend and I drive to The Eden Project this weekend? And what to see and do in St Austell? [more inside]
Where should I go in Europe for a 2-week long walking/hiking in early September? [more inside]
I walk 3/4 of a mile to and from work every day, and my Bostonian Strada dress shoes are not up to snuff. Can anyone recommend a classically-styled dress shoe that is comfortable to walk in?