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Instead, the poles seem to enable people to adopt a more normal walking gait, with longer and quicker strides, particularly while carrying a pack or climbing a hill.

That gait assistance is also why poles are helpful for people with Parkinson’s and other movement disorders.

The person’s gait is uneven, as if they were carrying a load on their left hip.

They look terrible compared to their smooth-striding rivals—but imagine how much better they could have been with more efficient gaits.

There may not be a database of gaits and heartbeats yet, but the technology is here.

Strike—any—gait—that—suits—you,—Mister;—I guess—I—will—be —able—to—keep—up—with—you.

But her eyes spoke in reality to the young man; who walked slowly behind her, admiring the poise of her gait.

Eastern Shame GirlCharles Georges Souli

As a consequence, some atrophy of the muscles of the leg occurred, and a halt became habitual in the gait.

PsychotherapyJames J. Walsh

Why should we be elated that we can recognize a bluebird by his flight, and ashamed of knowing our neighbor's old bay by his gait?

The Jonathan PapersElisabeth Woodbridge Morris

Heavy of gait, stolid of mien, and of indomitable courage, the true Wessex man is a staunch friend and a very mild enemy.

Thomas Hardy's DorsetRobert Thurston Hopkins

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