Walking backwards offers more benefits than walking forwards


Walking backwards heightens your sense of balance and hearing as you cannot depend on vision to steer you. Seen here is G. Deo, who holds five Malaysian backward-walking titles. — Photos: Filepic

Last month (June 2021), I wrote about how it is not strictly necessary to walk 10,000 steps a day for better health.

Due the way our human brains are wired, we all assume walking always refers to forward motion.

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