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  • Neil: Hello, I'm Neil. And welcome to

    尼爾:你好,我是尼爾。歡迎來到

  • 6 Minute English, where we vigorously discuss

    6分鐘英語,在這裡我們大力討論了

  • a new topic and six related items of vocabulary.

    一個新的話題和六個相關的詞彙項目。

  • Rob: And hello, I'm Rob. Today we're discussing

    Rob:大家好,我是Rob。今天我們要討論的是

  • vigorous exerciseand whether adults take

    激烈的運動--以及成年人是否採取

  • enough of it! Vigorous means using a lot of

    夠了!活力是指使用大量的

  • energy to do something.

    的精力去做事。

  • Neil: So how many steps do you do in a day, Rob?

    尼爾:那麼你一天要做多少步,羅布?

  • Rob: How many steps? How should I know, Neil?

    多少步?我怎麼知道,尼爾?

  • It would be pretty hard to count them all.

    - 要把它們全部數完,那是相當困難的。

  • Neil: Oh, come on! You can track steps on

    哦,拜託!你可以追蹤步數

  • your phone! I do ten thousand a daywhich

    你的手機!我每天做一萬個 - 這

  • is the magic number for keeping fit

    是保持身材的法寶

  • and healthy, apparently.

    和健康,顯然。

  • Rob: Not if you saunter, Neil, surely? Sauntering

    尼爾,如果你慢吞吞地走,就不會了。蹣跚而行

  • from the sofa to the fridge and backOr

    從沙發到冰箱,再回到沙發上---------------------------。

  • from the house to the car.

    從家裡到車上。

  • Neil: Well I never saunter, Rob. Saunter means

    好吧,我從來沒有漫步,羅布。Saunter意味著

  • to walk slowly. And you'd have to make a

    要慢慢走。而你必須要做一個

  • lot of trips to the fridge to clock up ten

    多次到冰箱裡去打卡十次

  • thousand steps. To get some vigorous exercise,

    千步走。要做一些劇烈的運動。

  • you need to get out and about

    你需要出去走走

  • round the park at a brisk pace

    - 繞著公園快步走... ...

  • Rob: Brisk means quick and energeticthe

    羅伯:輕快的意思是快速和精力充沛------------------------------------------------------。

  • opposite of sauntering. OK, well, perhaps

    相反的漫步。好吧,好吧,也許

  • you can you tell me, Neil, how many people

    你能告訴我,尼爾,有多少人...

  • aged between 40 and 60 do less than ten minutes

    40歲至60歲的人做不到10分鐘。

  • brisk walking every month? Is

    每個月快走?是

  • it… a) 4%,

    a) 4%;

  • b)14% or c) 40%?

    b)14%或c)40%?

  • Neil: I'm going to say… 4% because ten

    我要說的是... 4%,因為十...

  • minutes is such a short amount of time!

    分鐘是如此短暫的時間!

  • Rob: Indeed. Now, I've got another question

    羅伯:確實如此。現在,我有另一個問題

  • for you, Neil. Why is exercise so important?

    為你,尼爾。為什麼運動這麼重要?

  • Because it sounds pretty boringcounting

    因為這聽起來很無聊 - 數

  • steps, going to the gym, running on a machine.

    臺階,去健身房,在機器上跑步。

  • Neil: Well, when you exercise, you stimulate

    好吧,當你運動時,你會刺激

  • the body's natural repair system. Your body

    身體的自然修復系統。你的身體

  • will actually stay younger if you exercise!

    其實運動的話會保持年輕!

  • Rob: That sounds good.

    羅伯:這聽起來不錯。

  • Neil: Exercise also lowers your risk of developing

    尼爾:運動還能降低你患的風險。

  • illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

    心臟病、癌症和糖尿病等疾病。

  • Rob: Hmm. I'm getting a bit worried now,

    羅伯:嗯。我現在有點擔心了。

  • Neil. But I don't have enough time to do

    尼爾但我沒有足夠的時間去做。

  • a thousand steps every day… I'm far too busy!

    日行千里,我太忙了!

  • Neil: Well, Rob. Now might be a good time

    好吧,羅伯。現在可能是個好時機

  • to listen to Julia Bradbury. She's a TV

    聽朱莉婭-布拉德伯裡。她是一個電視

  • presenter and outdoor walking enthusiast who

    主持人和戶外徒步愛好者

  • will explain how she builds walking into her

    將解釋她是如何將行走建立在她的

  • busy life.

    忙碌的生活。

  • Julia Bradbury: I will walk to meetings instead of

    茱莉亞-布拉德伯裡我會走路去開會,而不是

  • catching a bus, or getting a taxi or a carinto

    趕上公車,或坐計程車或汽車--進入

  • meetings. And I will also, if I can't build

    會議。我也會,如果我不能建立。

  • that into my working day, if it's a day

    我的工作時間,如果是一天的話。

  • when I haven't got meetings and I'm

    當我沒有得到會議,我是

  • maybe at home with the kids, I will take the

    也許在家裡和孩子們在一起,我會採取。

  • time – I will take my kids out with the

    時間 - 我會帶著我的孩子們一起出去。

  • buggy and I will definitely do 30-40 minutes

    越野車,我一定會做30-40分鐘。

  • at least everyday. Going to the park, going

    至少每天。去公園,去

  • to the shops, picking up my

    去商店,拿起我的

  • things up en route, and really sort of building

    的東西了,並真正建立了

  • it into my life. Taking the stairs and not

    它進入我的生活。走樓梯而不是

  • taking lifts, all of these kinds of little

    搭乘電梯,所有這些種類的小

  • decisions can incrementally build up to create

    決策可以逐步積累到創造

  • more walking time in your

    更多的步行時間在您的

  • day.

    一天。

  • Rob: So if you build something in to your

    Rob: 所以,如果你在你的網站上建立了一些東西。

  • dayor your lifeyou include it from

    天--或你的生活--你把它包括在內,從

  • the beginning.

    開始。

  • Neil: And Julia Bradbury has built walking

    朱莉婭-布拉德伯裡建立了行走的

  • into her day. Even though she's very busy

    到她的一天。雖然她很忙

  • too, Rob! You should learn from her!

    太,羅布!你應該向她學習!

  • Rob: So she walks instead of driving or taking

    所以,她走路,而不是開車或採取。

  • the bus. And takes the stairs instead of the

    公車。並採取樓梯,而不是

  • lift. I could do those things.

    升降機。我可以做這些事情。

  • Neil: You could indeedbefore you know

    尼爾:你確實可以--在你知道之前

  • it, you'd be doing ten thousand stepsbecause

    你就會做一萬步,因為。

  • the amount of walking you do in a day builds

    每天的步行量會讓你的身體變得更健康。

  • incrementally.

    漸進式。

  • Rob: Incrementally means gradually

    羅伯:漸漸的意思是逐漸

  • increasing in size. OK, well, before I think that over,

    規模越來越大。好吧,在我想清楚之前。

  • perhaps I could tell you the answer to today's

    也許我可以告訴你今天的答案。

  • quiz question?

    測驗題?

  • Neil: OK. You asked me: How many people aged

    尼爾:好,你問我。有多少人年齡

  • between 40 and 60 do less than ten minutes brisk

    40歲至60歲之間的人做不到十分鐘的快走。

  • walking every month? The options were:

    每個月都要走?選項是:

  • a) 4%, b) 14% or c) 40%?

    a) 4%,b) 14%或c) 40%?

  • Rob: And you said 4%. But I'm afraid it's

    搶:你還說4%。但恐怕是

  • actually 40%. And that's according to the

    實際上是40%。而這是根據

  • Government body Public Health England here

    政府機構 英國公共衛生局

  • in the UK.

    在英國。

  • Neil: Oh dear, that's a lot more people

    哦,親愛的,那是更多的人。

  • than I expected. But it isn't that surprising

    比我想象的要好。但這並不奇怪

  • people in all age groups are leading more

    - 各個年齡段的人都過得很好

  • sedentary lifestyles these days. Our job is

    如今久坐的生活方式。我們的工作是

  • very sedentarywhich means it

    非常久坐 - 這意味著它

  • involves a lot of sitting and not much exercise!

    牽涉到大量的坐姿和不多的運動!

  • Rob: Well, I might just run on the spot while

    好吧,我可能只是在現場運行,而。

  • we go over the new vocabulary we've learned

    我們複習我們所學的新詞彙。

  • today!

    今天

  • Neil: Good plan. First up we heard 'vigorous'

    尼爾:好計劃。首先我們聽到的是 "大力"。

  • which means using a lot of energy to do

    - 這意味著使用大量的能量來做

  • something.

    某種東西。

  • Rob: OK. “I am running vigorously on the

    羅伯:好的。"我正在大力跑上。

  • spot!”

    斑!"

  • Neil: Great example! And good to see you taking

    尼爾:很好的例子!很高興看到你把

  • some vigorous exercise! Number two – 'saunter'

    一些劇烈的運動!第二條--"漫步

  • means to walk slowly in a relaxed way.

    - 意思是緩緩走來,悠然自得。

  • When I saw Rob, I sauntered over to say

    "當我看到羅布的時候,我漫步走過去,說

  • hello.”

    你好。"

  • Rob: Hi Neil. Number three – 'brisk'

    羅伯:嗨,尼爾。三號--"輕快

  • means quick and energetic.

    意思是快速和精力充沛。

  • Neil: “It's important to take some brisk

    尼爾:"重要的是採取一些輕快的。

  • exercise every day.”

    每天都要鍛鍊。"

  • Rob: Yes! And I'm beginning to realise that

    羅伯:是的!我開始意識到

  • might be true.

    可能是真的。

  • Neil: Yep! I think you've done enough jogging

    沒錯!我認為你已經做了足夠的慢跑

  • for today, Rob. You've probably done about

    今天,羅布。你可能已經做了大約

  • a hundred steps.

    百步穿楊。

  • Rob: Is that all? OK, number fourif you

    羅伯:就這些?好的,第四條--如果你

  • 'build something into something' – you

    積少成多

  • include it from the beginning.

    從一開始就包括它。

  • Neil: “It's important to build regular

    尼爾:"建立經常性的。

  • exercise into your daily routine.”

    鍛鍊到你的日常工作中。"

  • Rob: Very good advice. Number five is 'incrementally'

    羅伯:非常好的建議。第五條是 "漸進式

  • which means gradually increasing in size.

    也就是逐漸增大的意思。

  • Neil: Incremental is the adjective. “The

    尼爾:增量是形容詞。"The

  • company has been making incremental changes

    漸變

  • to its pay structure.”

    對其薪酬結構的影響"。

  • Rob: Does that mean we're getting a pay

    搶:這是否意味著我們要獲得報酬?

  • rise? Neil: I doubt it! And finally, number six

    漲? 尼爾:我懷疑!最後,第六條

  • – 'sedentary' means sitting a lot and

    - '久坐'是指經常坐著,並且

  • not taking much exercise. For example, “It's

    不怎麼運動。例如,"這是

  • bad for your health to lead such a sedentary

    對你的健康不利,過這樣的久坐生活

  • lifestyle.”

    生活方式。"

  • Rob: Duly noted, Neil! Well, it's time to

    羅伯:注意到了,尼爾那麼,現在是時候

  • go now. But if today's show has inspired

    現在就去。但如果今天的節目對你有啟發

  • you to step out and take more exercise, please

    你要走出家門,多做運動,請。

  • let us know by visiting our Twitter, Facebook

    通過訪問我們的Twitter,Facebook,讓我們知道

  • and YouTube pages and telling

    和YouTube頁面,並告訴

  • us about it!

    我們約它!

  • Neil: Goodbye!

    再見!

  • Rob: Bye bye!

    再見!

Neil: Hello, I'm Neil. And welcome to

尼爾:你好,我是尼爾。歡迎來到

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