36 thoughts on “walking core

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’d rather live in an ugly city with no nature, and be able to walk to the store and work and cafes, than live in a pretty looking rural/suburban area where you have to drive to do anything.
    I walk and bike around in my regular clothes depending on the weather – chinos, OCBD’s, sweatshirts, rugbies – but with a jacket with plenty of pocket space like an unlined sportcoat, denim overshirt, or barbour.

      • Anonymous says:

        Just buy a bike and take the pedals off. Wheel around your driveway or yard or a parking lot like that for an afternoon and it will come to you instinctually. It’s just controlling your balance which paradoxically becomes easier as you increase speed.

      • Anonymous says:

        >heck! i wish i knew how to ride a bike…..life has passed me by…..
        1. Get a bike.
        2. DO NOT remove the pedals, but lower the seat as low as it can go.
        3. Practice pushing yourself with your feet and then planting them on the pedals while maintaining your balance on the bike for several meters.
        4. Once you are able to do that, practice the same, except this time you simply press on one of the pedals – in a low gear – so you get some initial momentum, do the same.
        5. Repeat the last step on a light incline so you get that extra downhill momentum.
        6. At this point you should be able to ride like 10-20 meters on a low gear.

        Once you reach step 6, it’s all practice from there. Avoid crowded streets with lots of parked cars, as you will fall over them. You will learn how to ride a bike in no more than 2-3 weeks if you put in the effort.

        • Anonymous says:

          i wish they taught this in school.
          they had a bike day, just assumed everyone knew how to ride it already and had obstacle courses setup.
          me and several of the other kids that couldnt ride just sat on the playground and watched another kid play his gameboy.

        • Anonymous says:

          >don’t take the pedals off, just follow this 6 step process
          Yeah that’s obviously the method so easy that literal toddlers can figure it out. Not like a balance bike at all.

          • Anonymous says:

            1. You are not a toddler.
            2. If it’s easy enough for a toddler, it will probably work for you – since you are learning something people usually learn when they are toddlers.
            Used this exact method to teach a buddy of mine how to ride a bike. I think he was 30 at the time.

      • Anonymous says:

        Lol, it’s literally just a chore coat in a specific fabric and color. Chore coats/work shirts are pretty common regardless of age. If it makes you feel better here’s a picture of a metrosexual asian millenial wearing one instead

  2. Anonymous says:

    Couldn’t tel you. I have to wear blaze orange September through November and argue with shitty hunters planting their tree stands over walking paths on public land. These hecking stupids think they own the place.

    • Anonymous says:

      ???. It depends on the weather obviously. Have you ever even been outside before, OP? /fashion/ggots aren’t going to like this because it looks disgusting, but a packable down vest with pockets that you can put your knitted wool beanie cap toque in is a functional piece of clothing for walking around outside during the season of Fall. It’s only real saving grace aesthetically it’s that other people wear them so probably not many people are going to call you out on looking like shit.

      Real shit.

      • Anonymous says:

        >down vest
        What is the argument for these over jackets? I’ve never felt uncomfortable or anything wearing a jacket, but I always see people wearing vests so there must be a reason.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I was walkingcore from 16 to about 26-someone tried to attack me and then I stopped after that. but man was it comfy. Waking up every day and immediately taking a 2 hour walk. Then before bed, taking another hour walk. Watching the sunrise, then watching the sunset. Smelling the crisp air, taking in all of the seasons change. Crunching leaves, listening to rain on my umbrella. Anyway, so what I wore was always just some baggy jean pants, long sleeve shirt, and a big jacket or sweater with pockets to have my music player/phone in. Basically, you wanna stay warm and also be able to keep mosquitos at bay. -man that op pic is so accurate though, I do recall a neighbor actually coming up and asking me if I was ok once. Like yeah man. I’m just walkin.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I wear picrel
    Fjallraven outdoor / work shirt.
    Tough material, water and wind resistant, bug proof, good pockets, comfy af.

  5. Anonymous says:

    urban walking drains your testosterone, you are using your lungs like a fishing net to catch break dust.
    go walk in the woods its increases your baseline dopamine for 48 hours.
    for that i recommend techwear or milsurp.

    • Anonymous says:

      Dang I think you might be right. But isn’t biking better for your ”gains” and also healthier for your joints? I guess I should bike on a trail in the woods instead of the city. Thanks

  6. Anonymous says:

    I wear jeans or chinos with a long sleeve t shirt and a fleece. I hate that the fleeces are plastic but they’re so perfect for the weather most of the year where I am and they’re very comfortable. I do have wool coats that I wear from time to time when it gets cold.

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