Friday, August 29, 2008

An explanation of how to walk and breathe at the same time (for humans):

Walking: to move along on foot: advance by steps

Allow yourself to fall forward without smashing your face into the sidewalk. Gravity will help you. It’s a piece of cake.

This is as far as I have progressed, so it is important to know that practice doesn’t necessarily make things better.

Some people actually make walking look good. This may be a result of genetic mutation, and is most often found in individuals in the entertainment industry and foreign militaries.

There are lots of exciting variations on walking: tiptoeing, marching, skipping, running, and breakdancing. Become comfortable with walking before trying any of the more advanced forms of locomotion.

Breathing: to take in oxygen and give out carbon dioxide through natural processes

If you are alive, chances are good that your brainstem is already taking care of this one. I wouldn’t worry about it. You’ll know when something goes wrong if you pass out.

So you see, it’s really quite simple. Just follow these suggestions, and soon you’ll be walking and breathing all day long.


About my writing style: I can't live up to word counts. I say what I mean and tend to be concise. The rest is fluff and filler.

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