Slow Walkers have Slow minds

06:01 (GMT+2) Sat, 12 Oct 2019

I hope many people see this, especially at the mall. 

William Blake did it dreamily, Sigmund Freud languidly, and Albert Einstein almost religiously.

Of all human activities, few are so readily credited with enhancing the power of the mind as going for a good walk.

However, those who assume that strolling along at a gentle pace is the hallmark of superior intellect should think again, scientists have said.

In fact, based on a new series of experiments, they now believe the slower a person’s tendency to walk, the less able their brain.

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