Humans were made for walking. With our upright posture, quick-changing joints, and strong leg muscles, our bodies were actually designed with walking in mind—which is what makes it such perfect exercise. 36 And best of all, it's a great way to see new things and meet new people!
Wherever you are, in the city or at the campground, you'll find plenty of walking going on. Maybe you already love to walk, but you'll getting tired of tracing your same old route day after day—or maybe you're new to walking and aren't sure how to get started. 37 To get started, sit down with a map and find a goal. Ask yourself, what do you want to get out of walking aside from the health benefits? Do you want to meet other people? See new places? 38
If making friends and socializing is your goal, you may call up your friends and schedule walks with them, since this will introduce you to new places and trails. You might also find open groups of dog walkers at your local park. Your campground staff might know about fun local walking groups you can join.
39 In cities large and small all over the country, walks are going on almost every weekend in support of cancer research, diabetes research, and other humanitarian causes.
40 Then tie on your walking shoes and prepare to get to know the new area from the ground up! Many of our great historic cities offer detailed and well-planned walking tours. Nearly any city you can think of offers a walking tour with maps, provided by the tourist administration.
A. Headed to a new city?
B. So why not focus on walking?
C. Either way, ifs time to walk with a purpose.
D. It’s kind to our bodies and great for our waistlines.
E. Get to know people by the power of your own two feet.
F. And be sure to stay on the lookout for walks to raise money.
G. Knowing these will help you decide on the type of walk you want.
答案 36.D 37.C 38.G 39.F 40.A