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What are the potential physical and psychological health benefits of walking and running, no matter what the pace might be?
“run in the family” = to have something in common
“Running marathons runs in our family. My father does it, and so do I.”
“run late” = do something late
“The meeting is going to run late this afternoon, so I won’t be able to go running with you then. Let’s try it tomorrow.”
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Do the vocabulary quizzes with the words from the conversation for more practice:
How does long-distance running compare to other athletic activities playing tennis, swimming, and yoga in terms of (1) conditioning, (2) endurance, (3) nutritional needs, and (4) equipment?
Road running on streets and running on dirt trails and rock in the mountains require different types of running shoes. Use the Internet to (1) find the difference between these two types of running surfaces (2) and recommendations on one pair of shoes for each type. What is the maker of the shoe? What specific features make it a good shoe? How much does it cost? Write a summary of your findings.