National Walk Around Things Day is a holiday that’s observed annually on April 4th and is a holiday that doesn’t really have a clear meaning. To some people, this holiday encourages them to do more walking to improve their health. For other people, it’s a holiday for them to walk around their problems instead of tackling them head-on.
We’re not sure which interpretations of this holiday are correct, so we’ll just leave it to our readers to decide for themselves. Maybe someone can combine both of these interpretations into one by physically walking around the neighborhood to avoid any responsibilities that they might have at home.
Fun Facts About Walking
We didn’t walk to walk around our responsibility to give everyone reading this holiday some great information about walking, so we decided to do some research and come up with a list of the best walking facts available. And we’ve listed those facts below.
- The most popular form of exercise in the United States is walking.
- An average pair of walking shoes should last through about 500-miles of walking.
- The average human walking speed is approximately 3.1 miles per hour.
- Walking 6,500 steps a day will improve a person’s health.
- Walking 10,000 steps a day can help a person lose weight.
- It would take a person walking nonstop approximately 347 days to walk the circumference of the Earth-if it were possible to do so.
Observing National Walk Around Things Day
This holiday means different things to different people, so how you celebrate it is up to you. You may want to use the day to take a walk around your neighborhoods, or maybe use the day to put off things that you’re supposed to do but aren’t ready to do yet. It’s up to you. Just be sure to use the hashtag #NationalWalkAroundThingsDay to spread the word about this holiday on the Internet.
When is National Walk Around Things Day?
|This year (2023)||April 4 (Tuesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2024)||April 4 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2022)||April 4 (Monday)||Multiple dates - more|