Overwriting bores the reader, so don’t do it.
Adjectives are best avoided: add nuance with a better choice of noun or phrase.
Judicious use of adverbs is much more effective than scattering them liberally.
Filter words remove the reader from the narrative, bringing them out of the world you’ve invented and back to the fact that they’re reading a book. Find out what these words are and how to remove them.
Characters do stuff and move about. If we don’t convey this to the reader, our characters might as well be statues. However, too much stage direction risks tedium. We need to get the balance right.