Walking is a form of controlled falling used for motion. It involves the lifting of one foot to either place it in the appropriate pl ace before the shifting of weight or leaving it in the proper location so as to have a decent center of gravity when weight naturally shifts to to the force of movement caused by either a pushing of the hind foot or pulling of the front foot. The difference between walking and speed walking is simply speed. The difference between walking and running is that one foot is on the ground at all times when walking. Running and jogging can be used interchangeably, but typically jogging is slower than running; while jogging your whole foot makes contact with the ground whereas in running only your toes and the balls of your feet make contact with the ground. However, and form of forward motion in which one foot propels the body forward and both feet are above ground at some point can be considered running. The difference between running and leaping is that when leaping both feet are above ground only once before you stop. The difference between leaping and jumping is that both feet push off at the same time. The difference between running and skipping is that when skipping you stop between each stride, cutting it short, and normally use very high knees. The difference between walking and marching is that marching uses very high knees.
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