Anyone on here follow Esther Gokhale's instructions for what she calls “glide-walking”?
I have Esther Gokhale's book about improved ways of standing, sitting, lying down, walking, etc. and love it. It really has changed my life. However, one section of the book that I have struggled with implementing into my daily life is what she calls “glide-walking”.
Essentially its walking while keeping your butt out back a bit more than you may be used to, leaning a bit forward, and keeping your heel down and connected to the ground for more of your total stride than you may be used to.
I was wondering if anyone here had tips for walking the way she describes.
PS: after watching the movie Ten Canoes I was again convinced that much of what she teaches is indeed inline with what you see HGs doing. The dudes in Ten Canoes seem to be moving very much in the manner that she teaches.