My question is, even with the demand of learning how to walk and all the falls and and bumbling around of the astronauts, they never ran outta breath? Maybe in the newer missions they caught this and emplimented it into the dialog but in the early missions “which was even harder to get around”, they Never get out of breath, just running around laughing and cracking jokes with ease, like they were simply just standing, or sitting down talking in a microphone? Seems a little suspicious to me.
According to the detailed descriptions of the Apollo Project written about in A Man On The Moon by Andrew Chaikin, they did indeed "get out of breath"- despite being extremely physically fit.
Not only that, they also would bruise their fingers and have fingernails that looked smashed, like with a hammer, after working in their pressure suits for several hours.
A simple appraisal of a limited selection of popular audio clips is unsuitable for concluding that they didn't "get out of breath" during the EVAs conducted.
The weight of the life-support backback and the awkward bulkiness of the space-suits was to some degree compensated for by working in one-sixth gravity, but some of the lunar surface activity was indeed tiring.
While loading moon rocks and other gear back into the LM at the end of the Apollo 11 EVA, mission control was becoming concerned with Armstrong's elevated heart rate, and asked him to check his suit systems as an excuse to get him to take a rest.
Listening to this recording at around 37:30 to 39:30 in, you can hear Armstrong sounding slightly short-of-breath compared to Aldrin (who has the easier job at this moment); the request for EMU check is at 39:15.