How to Properly Walk on Ice

1. Normally, when we walk, our legs ability to support our weight is split mid-stride.

2. Walking this way on ice forces each leg to support the weight of the body at an angle that is not perpendicular to the surface of the ice, resulting in a nasty fall.



Fact: On Aprill 8, 2003, Dr. Robert Atkins, Investor of the famed Atkins Diet, slipped on icy pavement and suffered severe head trauma. He died nine days later.

Fact: Approximately 60 people die each year in the United States as a result of slipping on the ice, This is about as many as will die from a tornado.