People Walking

Human walking, a type of human gait, is the slowest form of bipedal forward motion of the body controlled by the alternation and sequencing of various parts of the body. Walking variations can be differentiated and characterized through adjustments to limb movements, speed, force, and friction caused when a foot strikes the ground surface. When walking, one foot is in contact with the ground at all times. Walking is the lowest speed of human gait.

How many calories does walking burn?

Weight and the distance walked are the contributing factors in the amount of calories burned while walking, and walking speed matters less. For example, a 180 pound person burns about 100 calories a mile while walking, and a 120 pound person burns about 65 calories a mile.

How do you relieve lower back pain when walking?

Treatment for lower back pain varies if an underlying medical condition is a factor. General recommendations and treatments for lower pain are rest, hot or cold therapy, over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen, and light exercises to stretch the affected muscles.

How can you lose weight by walking?

30 to 90 minutes a day of a moderately-intense walk will aid in weight loss. A minimum of 150 minutes a week should be the total time walked. Periods of 30 minutes or longer of walking will further aid in burning fat. Skipping more than one day is not recommended, as consistency improves metabolic rate.

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Walking Guides
Browse through our curated Walking Guides for additional categorizations, tips, details, variations, styles, and histories of Walking. Guides provide additional insights into the unique properties and shared relationships between elements.
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Carrying Boxes - Combination
3D
Carrying Boxes - Combination
Climbing Stairs - Female (Side)
3D
Climbing Stairs - Female (Side)
Climbing Stairs - Male (Side)
3D
Climbing Stairs - Male (Side)
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
3D
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
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
Men Pushing Strollers (Side)
3D
Men Pushing Strollers (Side)
5’4” | 163 cm
Women - Protective Masks - Walking
163.000
3D
Women - Protective Masks - Walking
Women Pushing Strollers (Side)
3D
Women Pushing Strollers (Side)
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Back
1.750
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Back
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Front
1.750
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Front
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
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Back
1.750
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Back
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Front
1.750
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Front
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
5’4” | 1.63 cm (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Women - Front
1.630
40.00
3800
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Women - Front
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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Men Pushing Strollers (Side)
Collection of illustrations of men pushing an assortment of stroller types viewed from the side

Pushing strollers is an activity usually done by parents or guardians to transport kids. The kids in the strollers are either too young to walk or tire easily. Pushing strollers can be a stressful activity as they cannot fit in tight spaces or crowds easily. Pushing strollers is an activity that many people who raise children are familiar with.

Set of three outline silhouette drawings of men pushing strollers as seen in side elevation
Pushing strollers is an activity usually done by parents or guardians to transport kids. The kids in the strollers are either too young to walk or tire easily. Pushing strollers can be a stressful activity as they cannot fit in tight spaces or crowds easily.

Set of three outline silhouette drawings of men pushing strollers as seen in side elevation
Men Pushing Strollers (Side)
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Men Pushing Strollers side elevation (detail), side (outline silhouette)

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Human Spacing - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
Scaled illustration of the CDC recommended spacing for preventing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) with social distancing

Social distancing and physical distancing are interchangeable terms that mean keeping space between yourself and others who are outside of your home. The CDC recommends physically separating yourself from others with at least six feet, about two arms’ length, of space.

This is one of the best ways to help to slow the spread and avoid exposure of COVID-19. As the virus can spread between people before they know they are sick, physical distance from others is important even with people who may present no symptoms. Social distancing is crucial for people who are at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) recommended distance between people for preventing and limiting the spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is approximately 6’ (1.83 m). 6 feet (1.83 m) should be used as a minimum spacing for social distancing between people during COVID-19, and any distance less than 6’ (1.83 m) is considered 'close contact.'

Dimensioned drawing of people walking with the CDC recommended distance for Coronavirus (COVID-19) social distancing
Social distancing and physical distancing are interchangeable terms that mean keeping space between yourself and others who are outside of your home. The CDC recommends physically separating yourself from others with at least six feet, about two arms’ length, of space.

The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) recommended distance between people for preventing and limiting the spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is approximately 6’ (1.83 m). 6 feet (1.83 m) should be used as a minimum spacing for social distancing between people during COVID-19, and any distance less than 6’ (1.83 m) is considered 'close contact.'

Dimensioned drawing of people walking with the CDC recommended distance for Coronavirus (COVID-19) social distancing
Human Spacing - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
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COVID-19 Social Distancing (Minimum): 6’ (72”) | 1.83 m

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing diagrammatic side elevations

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Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Back
Elevation drawings of Young Adults Holding Hands (Men & Women - Back) in various postures labeled with average height

Young adults hold hands to show their closeness with the person they are holding hands with. Holding hands is a long term clasp of one person’s hand to the other person’s. Young adults can hold hands to express unity. Young adults holding hands can provide comfort and strength by dispelling feelings of loneliness.

Series of elevation drawings of Young Adults Holding Hands (Men & Women - Back) in an assortment of common poses
Young adults hold hands to show their closeness with the person they are holding hands with. Holding hands is a long term clasp of one person’s hand to the other person’s. Young adults can hold hands to express unity. Young adults holding hands can provide comfort and strength.

Series of elevation drawings of Young Adults Holding Hands (Men & Women - Back) in an assortment of common poses
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Back
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5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
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Clothing Style
Casual
Gender
Men & Women
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20-40 years

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Young Adults Holding Hands (Men & Women - Back) assorted elevations (detail), elevations (outline)

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Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Front
Collection of drawings in elevation of Young Adults Holding Hands (Men - Front) in an assorted range of positions with height

Young adults hold hands to show their closeness with the person they are holding hands with. Holding hands is a long term clasp of one person’s hand to the other person’s. Young adults can hold hands to express unity. Young adults holding hands can provide comfort and strength by dispelling feelings of loneliness.

Front elevation drawings of Young Adults Holding Hands (Men - Front) in various postures
Young adults hold hands to show their closeness with the person they are holding hands with. Holding hands is a long term clasp of one person’s hand to the other person’s. Young adults can hold hands to express unity. Young adults holding hands can provide comfort and strength.

Front elevation drawings of Young Adults Holding Hands (Men - Front) in various postures
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Front
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5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
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Clothing Style
Casual
Gender
Men
Age
20-40 years

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Young Adults Holding Hands (Men - Front) assorted elevations (detail), elevations (outline)

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