Movement: As one of the most fundamental and basic human movements, walking is unlikely to tax your nervous system too heavily. Basic walking form includes keeping the head and chest up with your arms close to the body and forearms bent. Land each stride on your heels with slightly bent knees. However, postural and structural problems have the tendency to carry over and express themselves while walking. A few cues can help correct and improve these issues. To address anterior pelvic tilt, think about keeping your belly button straight ahead and activating your glutes. To reduce strain on the knees make sure you land each stride with knees slightly bent and not locked. Also keep your trunk from inclining forward, which will shift more of your weight onto the knees and off of your glutes and hamstrings. Finally, keep an eye on your upper arms and back, keeping your shoulder blades together and your arms rotated to neutral so that neither your palms nor knuckles face forwards.
Emphasis: Take the postural tests on the settings page in order to identify which postural areas you may be able to improve.