Movement is the tactical change in body position influenced by a combination of different body parts and muscles. Common everyday movements performed by humans include running, walking, jogging, swimming, and many more. Movement can be an act on human survival, recreation, and performed by using hands or feet on the ground or with sports equipment.

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Movement Guides
Browse through our curated Movement Guides for additional categorizations, tips, details, variations, styles, and histories of Movement. Guides provide additional insights into the unique properties and shared relationships between elements.
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Ballet - Female Ballerinas
3D
Ballet - Female Ballerinas
25-40
Bending Down - Combination (Side)
3D
Bending Down - Combination (Side)
Breakdancing Female Dancers
3D
Breakdancing Female Dancers
Breakdancing Male Dancers
3D
Breakdancing Male Dancers
Climbing Stairs - Female (Side)
3D
Climbing Stairs - Female (Side)
Climbing Stairs - Male (Side)
3D
Climbing Stairs - Male (Side)
Crawling - Baby Boys (Side)
3D
Crawling - Baby Boys (Side)
Crawling - Baby Girls (Side)
3D
Crawling - Baby Girls (Side)
25-45
Crouching - Combination
3D
Crouching - Combination
25-45
Jumping - Combination
3D
Jumping - Combination
25-45
Lifting Boxes - Combination (Side)
3D
Lifting Boxes - Combination (Side)
5’9” | 1.75 m
20-35
Looking at Phone - Men - Walking - Side
175.000
35.00
3D
Looking at Phone - Men - Walking - Side
5’4” | 1.63 m
20-35
Looking at Phone - Women - Walking - Side
163.000
35.00
3D
Looking at Phone - Women - Walking - Side
5’9” | 175 cm
Men - Protective Masks - Walking
175.000
3D
Men - Protective Masks - Walking
4-8
Playing - Children Kicking Ball
8.00
3D
Playing - Children Kicking Ball
5’4” | 163 cm
Women - Protective Masks - Walking
163.000
3D
Women - Protective Masks - Walking
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Pointing
1.750
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Pointing
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Running
1.750
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Running
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Walking
1.750
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Walking
5’4” | 1.63 cm (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Women - Back
1.630
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Women - Back
Walking - Male (Plan)

Assortment of men walking in plan view, top view, or aerial perspective. These silhouettes are useful drawings for adding human scale to floor plans.

Adult men have an average shoulder width of 18” (46 cm).

Collection of 10 men walking as drawn from above in plan view
Assortment of men walking in plan view, top view, or aerial perspective. These silhouettes are useful drawings for adding human scale to floor plans.

Adult men have an average shoulder width of 18” (46 cm).

Collection of 10 men walking as drawn from above in plan view
Walking - Male (Plan)
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Shoulder Width (Average): 18” | 46 cm

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Men Walking Plan | Top view

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Breakdancing | Breaking - Male Dancers

Breakdancing is a media constructed term to refer to b-boying or breaking, which is a form of street dancing invented in the United States by Black and Puerto Rican youth in the 1970s. Originally coined as b-boying, the term breakdancing was created by the media after the dance form began to gain popularity. Breaking has a wide range of variety, but typically consists of four different moves: toprock, downrock, power moves, and freezes. B-boys used to have a style defined by their city, but with the spread of the internet and YouTube videos being watched in the scene individual styles have lost definition.

Elevation drawings of male breakdancers performing various breaking moves
Breakdancing is a media constructed term to refer to b-boying or breaking, which is a form of street dancing invented in the United States by Black and Puerto Rican youth in the 1970s. Originally coined as b-boying, the term breakdancing was created by the media after the dance became popular.

Elevation drawings of male breakdancers performing various breaking moves
Breakdancing | Breaking - Male Dancers
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Breakdancing | Breaking - Male Dancers elevations (multiple positions)

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People Jumping - Combination

People jump in sports, to get over or on top of objects, or just to build strength. While some sports are solely about jumping, such as long jump or high jump, other sports require jumping as part of gameplay, such as basketball. Jumping can be used to get past obstacles.

Drawings of men and women in various jumping postures viewed from the front
People jump in sports, to get over or on top of objects, or just to build strength. While some sports are solely about jumping, such as long jump or high jump, other sports require jumping as part of gameplay, such as basketball. Jumping can be used to get past obstacles.

Drawings of men and women in various jumping postures viewed from the front
People Jumping - Combination
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Casual
Age
25-45

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Men and Women Jumping front elevation (detail), elevation (outline silhouette)

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People Crouching - Combination

Crouching is used to make one’s self smaller to hide, go under an object, or to fit in a small space. People crouch by folding their knees and bending their back forward. People can walk in a crouch if they are trying to sneak. Crouching can be used in hide and seek to be less detectable by other players.

Series of elevation drawings of men and women in assorted crouching postures
Crouching is used to make one’s self smaller to hide, go under an object, or to fit in a small space. People crouch by folding their knees and bending their back forward. People can walk in a crouch if they are trying to sneak. Crouching can be used in hide and seek to be less detectable.

Series of elevation drawings of men and women in assorted crouching postures
People Crouching - Combination
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Casual
Age
25-45

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Men and Women Crouching side elevation (detail), side (outline silhouette)

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Women - Protective Masks - Walking
Collection of drawings in side elevation of Women with Protective Masks in an assorted range of side walking positions

People can wear protective masks to slow down the spread of contagious diseases, such as COVID-19 and the flu. Protective masks limit the spread of particles that carry infection between people. Wearing protective masks on a day-to-day basis may be a novel concept for many people, but it is a common practice in healthcare and construction settings.

Group of drawings of Women with Protective Masks in various front walking postures
People can wear protective masks to slow down the spread of contagious diseases, such as COVID-19 and the flu. Protective masks limit the spread of particles that carry infection between people. Wearing protective masks on a day-to-day basis may be a novel concept for many people.

Group of drawings of Women with Protective Masks in various front walking postures
Women - Protective Masks - Walking
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5’4” | 163 cm
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Protective Masks
Female

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Women Protective Masks (Walking) front elevations (detail), side (detail)

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