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Human walking, a type of human gait, is the slowest form of bipedal forward motion of the body controlled by the alternation and sequencing of various parts of the body. Walking variations can be differentiated and characterized through adjustments to limb movements, speed, force, and friction caused when a foot strikes the ground surface. When walking, one foot is in contact with the ground at all times. Walking is the lowest speed of human gait.