Okay, final video. When you’re done, it’s time to get iWALKing! Here’s three key tips before you set off.
Pick an environment that allows you to take as many steps as possible without turning around or navigating around objects. Ideally, you will have a wall or rail to give you confidence. Hallways work well.
Hard level surfaces are the best. Definitely avoid padded carpets for learning.
3. BE CONFIDENT
When walking on the crutch, commit all your weight onto it, just as you would when walking normally. You’ll learn much faster than if you’re too tentative.