Animal gaits are categorized according to how many beats the four footfalls make, four-beat (ambling), three-beat (canter and gallop), and two-beat (trot and pace).
Ambling is a four-beat walk often used for humour or drama.
To amble, the procedure for the mark is this:
- Mark the Revel’s back projection.
- Use vertical shoulder flexion to change the embrace so she can go far away (increase the shoulder angle).
- Redirect the arch of connection to her projected leg, without moving your own.
- Return to a normal shoulder flexion as you step inside the embrace to make your own front step. Manage the arch as if for a Mark’s change of foot, so there is no arch motion for her.