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How To Walk On Ice

WINTER LESSONS: HOW TO WALK ON ICE 1 To walk on ice, keep 1 Normally, when we walk, our legs' ability to support our weight is split mid-stride. your center of gravity over your front leg. 2 Walking this way on ice forces each leg to support the weight of the body at an angle that is not perpendicular to the surface of the ice, resulting in a nasty fall. 2 One animal that has figured this out is a penguin. Think of yourself as a penguin and you'll be all right. oblique angle=nasty fll 2 WRONG WAY RIGHT WAY FACT: Approximately 60 people die each year in the United States as a result of slipping on the ice. This is about as many as will die from a tornado. This information brought to you by FACT: On April 8, 2003, Dr. Robert Atkins, inventor of the famed Atkins Diet, slipped on icy pavement and suffered severe head trauma. TABLET INFOGRAPHICS He died nine days later.

How To Walk On Ice

shared by curtiswhaley on Feb 10
This is a set of instructions for navigating icy surfaces without falling.


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