A to Z Blogging


Physical exercise, a complete workout. It is not a run or a sprint. It is a steady pace, gentle and sustainable. Each footfall marks a leisurely rhythm. Forward movement that is faster than walking. The stress on the body is less than running, but the health benefits are plentiful: stronger bones, muscles, heart and mind. Build endurance and stamina. A suitable warm-up, cool down, or preparation for marathons. An activity to do with a friend, a group, or solo. Jog to the sound of music or listen to nature. Enjoy a jog, rain or shine, make it a healthy habit.

By Shari Marshall – 2022 A to Z posts have been reserved for descriptive 100 word posts.

15 thoughts on “Jog

      1. I thought there was a technical difference between stride length and such, but I just read a couple of articles and they say it is mindset (people who take it seriously think of it as running) and speed (slower than a 10 minute mile is jogging and faster running). Hmmm. I always had it wrong – there are times I do things I call “jogging” and the movement is completely different than when I run! My stride is much bigger when I run, and there is brief time both feet are off of the ground between steps. Jogging, small stride and one foot is always on the ground. OK, I have decided, the rest of the world may have a definition, but I’ll keep mine! lol

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              1. I actually thought through an entire post on my last walk… A few years ago I did a post about exercise and was surprised at how many people who run fitness blogs and such commented on it! In positive ways. I have thought of doing a series. Hmm, maybe next April A – Z 😉 (If I do a running one, it will be sooner)

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  1. Love your theme for the A2Z! I should work with something like this for a future challenge as I can tend to go on and on with my posts:)
    As for jogging, I don’t jog but do walk and love to dance.. love your beautiful and concise description

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  2. I don’t jog any more although I do swim and do gym classes. However my son does marathons. He just did a 12 hour marathon with breaks and ran/jogged/walked 86 kilometres. I don’t know how he does it.

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    1. I love swimming, but I haven’t been in a while. I ran a 1/2 marathon but not a full. I would like to, but my hip doesn’t allow me to jog much anymore. Good for your son, that’s good stuff.


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