I'm Morris Brossette, and this is the average miles a person can walk per day. Okay guys here's the deal. All the research has shown lately that sitting is actually the new smoking. Reason being even if you are an active individual studies have shown that if you sit throughout the course of a workday it actually can increase your mortality rate. And increase the rate and your propensity to contract a disease or illness. So with regards to walking an average miles you can walk per day there really is no upper limit. Really a couple of reasons. One is that walking versus running there is no jarring impact. So when you run you have to contend with your body and the force coming down. So there's a lot more muscle damage that's occurring. Also when you're walking your heart rate is significantly lower. So you're working with plenty of oxygen. You are working in aerobic energy system. So what that means is there's oxygen is getting to the muscles so you're able to flush out any of that lactic acid buildup or toxins, or any free radicals that can cause muscle damage. So there is again really no upper limit or how long that you can walk without having any deleterious effects on your health.