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What If Everyone Naruto Ran Instead of Walked

Who’s going to try this?

Featured image from Daniel LaBelle

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if people ran like Naruto all the time? Me either.

In case you’ve missed out on this classic meme, it’s become very popular for people online to film themselves running like the beloved anime protagonist, Naruto.

The “Naruto Run” is a ninja style of running where a person leans forward with their arms outstretched behind them, making them go much faster then a normal run. Try it out for yourself the next time you’re at the grocery store.

A hilarious content creator named Daniel LaBelle recently made a viral video demonstrating exactly what it would look like if we all ran like a hokage. Check it out:

It’s obvious that we should all start Naruto running like out lives depend on it… Because they do. It’s the optimal form of human movement and most importantly it makes you look cool as hell. If you’re interested in reading about someone who should’ve Naruto ran when they had the chance, check out this story about a guy who walked 450 km just to get away from his wife.

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