Walking and Driving
Walking is the motion of exerting energy. Driving is the usage of the foot to accelerate from the gas to the break or vice versa. How does walking compare to driving? Which one of the two gives a good feeling afterwards? Is there even a difference between walking and driving?
Walking is using the human body to move from one place to another in a certain pace. Walking takes energy. To get energy, food and water is needed in the human body system. To reach a certain destination, walking takes a pretty good amount of time. How is it that walking seems to take longer than driving, even when a person walks at a fast pace? Walking has certain levels of paces. First, there is the casual walk where a person walks the same pace they would normally walk on a normal basis. Then there s the fast pace walk which a person walks twice the speed they would normally walk. This pace is mostly used when a person is doing some sort of physical fitness or exercise. Last, but not least, there s the jogging pace of the walking. This pace is basically running, but not quite. Jogging is faster then the fast walk but slower than running. Running can be considered to be one of the two things: running in a marathon or running away from dog or thief.
Driving is considered to be in an automobile. It still considers the usage of the legs, but only to accelerate from the gas to the breaks, or vice versa. Driving saves a whole deal of time. It takes less than twice the time than walking to reach a certain destination. Driving takes care of being out in the rain and snow, or in any case, bad weather. Driving takes a person places twice as quick when they are in a rush or a big hurry. The negative side to driving? It doesn t give the body any sort of energy and it s not taking in any energy either. Driving puts the body into a motionless state. Also with driving, a person controls the speed with their foot.
Driving can be positive time wise, but negative to the body because there s no actual physical exercise. Walking on the other hand, is good and healthy for the human body, but bad for time. The question still remains as to whether driving or walking is better.