Walking or running: For the same distance, which consumes more energy?

It’s Monday morning, the alarm goes off and it’s already 7:30 a.m.—and you’re 30 minutes late. Normally you need 45 minutes to walk the 3 kilometers to work, but this morning you’ll be running for 20 minutes. Yes, but by lunchtime you’re feeling more tired and you have the impression that you’ve expended more energy than usual on the trip. Yet you’ve covered the same distance as on the other days. How can this be?

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