There are many ways to see and read a person’s personality. Starting from observing the way he speaks, his posture when standing, even from the way he walks. A study last year showed the relationship between gait and human personality in accordance with The Big Five (personality category divided into openness, friendliness, thoroughness, expression, and neuroticism).
According to experts, this study provides strong evidence that walking in adulthood reflects a person’s personality. Not only that, movements like hand position also have an effect, you know.
When someone has a habit of walking faster, chances are that he is a friendly, even careful person. According to research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, “From many examples and in meta-analyses, lower neuroticism and higher extraversion, accuracy, and friendliness at the baseline, are prospectively related to faster-walking attitudes.”
Whereas if someone tends to walk slower than others, or get used to it, it shows that he is a cautious or alert person. This is the gait that is suitable for your personality.