... of jogging or running in between walking. and see how you feel. ... (9 replies)
... Phillydude -
Thanks for clearing this up. So that's why no one jogs away from the cops because the specific goal of evading the cops makes this running.
That also explains why diarehea is sometimes called "the runs" and not "the jogs" because no one does that for recreation. (3 replies)
... Chappy posted this question in another thread... so I did some research.
While MOST people tend to draw a distinction between the two based on speed/pace, that can still be a fairly subjective judgment.
So let's try this: Joggers jog for recreation, runners run for competition.
If you are moving faster than a walk and there is no SPECIFIC goal (i.e. a time or distance... (3 replies)
... then add in little bits of jogging in when you can. I started with 5.0 or 5.5 mph for a slow jog. ... (9 replies)
... Would exercise be more effecient in a gym vs jogging outdoors? ... (2 replies)
... if your fit already, and if your trying to lose a little than you need to bump it up, like I said in prev posts, after so much time excercising your body doesn't have to work as hard to keep up w/ the weightloss, it becomes more efficient, so the routine that once worked greatfor you burns fewer calories than what it use too, so in order to start seeing results than you need... (4 replies)
... When I was at the starting line of my first 5K, I asked a guy who looked like he knew what he was doing if he had any tips on how I could improve my time. He pointed to a cop and suggested that I go over and punch him in the face... and that I would be surprised how fast I could run while dodging bullets. (3 replies)
... This is SUCH a funny post b/c I was just thinking about what title to use for myself. I jog/run 5-6 miles a day, so I say I am a runner...but to my hubby who was a runner (sprinter/hurdler) in college said I wasn't...well, I can call myself whatever I want especially since he ain't doing nothing (to his defense... He does have NO bodyfat :rolleyes: ) I think that it sounds... (3 replies)
... I'm in my 60's and have done decades of running - mainly jogging. I've had the typical injuries that accumulate over time. I've read about high-intensity training over the years and have done it off and on. At one point in time I lifted weights for an hour and a half a day and ran five miles as soon as work was over - every day. Today I run fartleks - high speed sprints -... (7 replies)
... Hm, I see what you mean. I just want to make sure I am not underestimating the difficulty involved in running outdoors vs. that of running on the treadmill. ... (8 replies)
... Is walking at a speed of 3.7 on a 15degree incline on the treadmill going to help me lose weight more or less than jogging normally. Ive had to stop running because my achilles heel area gets really sore. ... (5 replies)
... It is hard to say what is better for you not knowing what you do now. If you are running the same distance and pace every run then I'd say for sure change it. ... (4 replies)
... What are your goals for running?
Fitness? Weight loss (fat loss)? Or to improve your running time/distance? or something different? (4 replies)
... then running faster is better. A mixture of both may be the ideal solution though... ... (4 replies)
... jogging the same distance,but trying to improve your time,i.e running faster each time? ... (4 replies)
... So, if you have to use more energy running outside, does that mean you burn more calories? ... (7 replies)
... on the flat then if I am really energetic will incline my mill as far as it will go and go as long as I can on that at a jog, I also do some walking and jogging outside, but since I am heavy it hurts my bad knee more than the mill. ... (7 replies)
... Running is a higher rated cardio activity not to mention the impact factor. Running is harder - think its easier to bike some place than it is to run some place. (2 replies)
... walking 8km or Running 10km? ... (12 replies)
... IMO, for cardio vascular fitness and weight loss, swimming is as good and possibly better than simply walking but not as good as jogging. There is another side to exercise for health benefit and that is weight bearing exercise, which is good for the health of the skeletal system and assists in the prevention of osteoparosis. In this regard swimming and cycling do not count as... (8 replies)