Walking is something that comes naturally to humans. It is one of the first skills we acquire. Babies try, fall, and then try again until they manage their first step, their second step, and so on. It seems like something we do not need to think about. It is something most healthy people do every day. Not thinking about our gait, however, might prove problematic, according to this new health book. The author claims that most people have never learned to walk the right way; that humans march through life – and that it has a negative effect on their general health.
In “The true Walk” by Peter Greb, readers learn the difference between heelwalk and the ballgait. Barefooted walking, yoga, and other general health topics are explained from a perspective that will be unfamiliar to most. The author gently takes readers by the hand and leads them to discover how rewarding it can be to change from heeling to healing.
“The true Walk” by Peter Greb is now available from tredition or can alternatively be ordered by using ISBN 978-3-7469-0461-0. tredition assists young and unknown authors with publishing their own books, but also cooperates with publishers and publishing houses. tredition publishes books in print and digital formats, distributes locally and online, and actively markets all titles.
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