Aristotle was famous for walking with his students while having his teasing, maddening conversations with them. The old Greek word for walking back and forth (yes, they have a word for it) is peripatētikos. Strolling back and forth while learning and teaching has come to be known as peripatesis, the adjective being peripatetic.
I learn best with intervals of activity. When I can control my obsessive focus, I do best when I take a break every hour or two and … take a walk.