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OHNY Stacks: In Praise of Walking - Shared screen with speaker view
deedee
18:01
Hello everyone! Waving to you from the Hudson Valley….a great region for walking.
Nancy Rosenberg
19:25
Hello from Brooklyn!
Saundra Thomas
19:31
Take a walk on the wild side. Yeah!
Emily Burns
19:42
Greetings from Rhode Island
Ina Lee Selden
19:48
I’m in the Berkshires where walking on frozen Lake Garfield is a joy.
Ann Kurtz
19:55
Hello From Seattle- sunshine today!
Celeste Miller
19:59
Hello from the Upper West Side
Martha J. Fleischman
20:06
Greetings from Carnegie Hill and Central Park!
Gabriella Barnstone’s iPad (2)
20:18
Kicking it in Washington Heights
Barbara Horton
20:20
Hello from Forest Hills
Bronwyn Berry
20:22
Hello from Cobble Hill in Brooklyn
Jesse Ganes
20:24
Hello from Park Slope!
Jackie DeHoney
20:35
Hiiii from the West Village!
Christian Hoenigschmid-DeVeaux
20:36
Good afternoon from London (UK, that is)
Nina Maruca
20:39
Hello from the UWS
Susan Soler
20:49
hello from the west village
Elsie
20:55
Hello from Harlem!
rpm
21:05
Hello from Louisville, KY
Mona Schnitzler
21:19
Hello from Prospect Heights, walking in Prospect Park
Su Hilty
21:22
I walked around the block down here in Greenwich Village, NYC
Kay Sheehan
21:35
Hello from Nantucket
Karin B
22:12
Hello from Boston, MA. Not great walking weather here today.
Leonard Steinbach
22:15
From Forest Hills….a very nice walk to the Unispher
Rena Tobey
22:45
Can happily hear and see you!
deedee
22:46
We can hear and see you Saundra.
Open House New York
24:18
https://ohny.formstack.com/forms/membership
Open House New York
25:35
Please everyone from our audience turn off your cameras! Thank you!!
Open House New York
27:39
Dr. O’Mara’s Substack, Brain Pizza: https://brainpizza.substack.com/
Marian Sofaer
45:18
balance?
Su Hilty
45:36
What about running???
Denise Caracappa
46:06
not everyone can run, everyone can walk
Rena Tobey
47:04
I love to walk more than just about anything, but a bunion, darn it, makes it painful.
Denise Caracappa
52:12
how is the discovery of Okeefe helping to reduce Alxeimers
Lynne R. Cashman
54:39
In NYC they changed the lints for crossing major avenues to allow for safer crossing holding back cars from interfering.
Minnas iphone
54:42
just returned from a 7 mile walk in accord new york (hudson valley)
Jesse Ganes
55:40
How has the Pandemic impacted the amount people walk?
Saundra Thomas
56:10
I plan to ask that Jesse. Thanks!
Denise Caracappa
56:38
I have walked 2-3 miles nearly every day from the pandemic start, and obtained all the benefits the author described
Saundra Thomas
58:56
If you have any questions for Dr. O’Mara, now is a good time to put them in the chat
Rob Rogers
59:00
And the advent of the “15 minute city”
David Goodman
59:21
What about the benefits of other activities: cycling? swimming?
Christian Hoenigschmid-DeVeaux
01:01:34
Question: On the world map tracking countries' metrics on steps/day - (I think) Afghanistan was really low (3,000). Do you know why? (Safety because war-torn, many people with walking impediments due to injuries?
Denise Caracappa
01:03:14
Can you comment on the benefits of walking as it is free,
Jesse Ganes
01:03:42
To tell us which direction to walk to facilitate our needs?
eve
01:04:33
Is it economically feasible to erect large systems pedestrian overpasses?
Deborah Heineman
01:04:42
NYC is a fabulous walking city. I have always walked, but since the pandemic, I have been doing 9-mile walks with Shorewalkers, and plan to do the “Saunter” around the island of Manhattan in May! Has kept me sane and allowed me to discover parts of my home town I never knew existed!
Open House New York
01:05:34
NYC Shorewalkers is a great organization: https://shorewalkers.org/
Paula Castaño
01:06:11
You can do it, Deborah. It’s an awesome way to experience the city.
Jesse Ganes
01:07:06
How integral is the force of gravity to the positive effects of walking to human beings? Have their been studies on walking in space that have come to different conclusions?
Barbara Horton
01:07:32
If the muscles lose their ability does the same thing happen to the brain that stimulates those muscles
John Mancia
01:08:54
Does speed of walking affect the degree of benefit to the body and brain?
David Goodman
01:10:31
how do astronauts manage for months without walking?
Francie Scanlon
01:10:55
Does RACE WALKING super-charge all the benefits of walking?
Emily Burns
01:12:58
This is fascinating. Thank you!
Jesse Ganes
01:13:26
How did you get interested in walking as a theme for your research?
peter
01:14:54
Is there a studied number of steps recommended each day and do they have to be continuous?
Deborah Heineman
01:15:22
Is it true that the speed at which you walk is an indicator of longevity (i.e., faster walkers are more likely to live longer than their slow-walking contemporaries)
Sue Ainsworth
01:17:27
Loved this! Thank you!!!
laurie
01:17:50
So interesting. Thank you.
Nancy Rosenberg
01:18:00
Thank you!
Jesse Ganes
01:18:03
Thank you!
deedee
01:18:07
Thank you!
Caroline Otto
01:18:08
i have always loved walking and have definitely ramped it up this covid.
eve
01:18:11
Thank you. Fascinating talk.
Marian Sofaer
01:18:14
address for blog, again?
Francie Scanlon
01:18:22
Slante!
Sheri Sandler
01:18:27
Fabulous!
Louise Harpman (she/her)
01:18:32
Walking and creativity! Definite link. Stay creative everyone!
Karin B
01:18:36
Thank you - one of my favorite parts of OHNY Weekend is walking all around NY!
Caroline Otto
01:18:37
i gave it as Christmas presents this year! and kept a copy for me!! thank you so much
Open House New York
01:18:41
https://ohny.formstack.com/forms/membership
Open House New York
01:18:42
Shane O’Mara’s blog: https://brainpizza.substack.com/
Martha J. Fleischman
01:18:47
Many thanks. An bipedal inspiration!
Louise Harpman (she/her)
01:18:50
OHNY has lots of online walking tours…is there a link?
peter
01:18:59
👍🏼👍🏼
Shane O'Mara
01:19:08
brainpizza.substack.com
deedee
01:19:23
OHNY has introduced me to so many wonderful places to walk.
Open House New York
01:19:32
OHNY will share walking tour links in email tomorrow
Louise Harpman (she/her)
01:19:34
Thank you!!
Caroline Otto
01:19:36
OHNY is walks!