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... hi hi what is more effective? jogging the same distance,but trying to improve your time,i.e running faster each time? or jogging further after every week/2 weeks at the same pace? i am quite confused,cos i do not know which would be better... (4 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)
... Well, as far as I know they achieve 2 different things. Basically, it's your heart rate that determines what sort of benefit you get from cardio exercise - keeping it 'moderate' at 140 - 160 is typical for 'fat burning', whereas going higher, 160 - 180 will improve your cardio performance (heart + lungs). Higher than that is anaerobic regions, where you muscles can generate... (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)
... 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)
... Yesterday, I started adding minimal jogging, and I did the same today. I probably only jog a total of MAYBE a quarter mile out of that whole distance for now, as it is only maybe about 2 blocks at a time, and very few and far between. ... (6 replies)
Apr 29, 2008
... nate the incline if you want to try something new. That way your body won't get used to doing the same thing every time. I also like to sometimes go for a longer distance but slower, or faster and less of a distance. It will keep your body working! I think running is just easier for some and harder for others. ... (8 replies)
Apr 22, 2008
... My highest speed is 6.5 mph, incline 4.0 and distance about 6.2 miles in the entire 60 minutes. ... (8 replies)
... hi hi well,a combination of all. i assume that for weightloss the longer,slower option would be better and for fitness the normal but shortening time option would be better. the thing is i am assuming,and i need a more concrete answer. (4 replies)
... Trust me, what these guys are saying here is true. I run (6) miles per day (although have been slacking off the last few weeks) and I can personally vouch for the fact that running in the morning on an empty stomach will burn fat better than anything! I run at a pace of about 9-10 miles per hour. It takes me about an hour to do this. Here's the deal: I did not... (21 replies)
... i started running not to long ago, just going around my neighborhood and stuff, and i *really* enjoyed it. any tips on getting started seriously? ie; starting pace, distance, energy foods, etc... (21 replies)
... ing up to four miles, walking or jogging, and then find no matter how much you do and how many days you allow for recovery, you still get sore when you cover the distance you trained up to, and should be used to it by now? ... (1 replies)
... he thinks it burns the equivalent number of calories as jogging as long as the same distance is covered. ... (5 replies)
... s forces your body to adapt by being able to pushout the amount of acid you built up, in that set amount of time. Now you can increase the amount by running more distance and then keeping that set recovery duration, or force your body to be able to push out that amount at a shorter duraction by changing the recovery period. ... (5 replies)
... n the last mile so I would not be able to maintain that pace. There is a difference between "running" and "jogging" so you need to decide which you want to do. Jogging is a slower pace. ... (6 replies)
... hree days during the week on long distance, low intensity jogs as I explained in my previous post. This is the main component of your run, as you are running for distance right now, not speed or time. ... (5 replies)
... The one thing that may be misleading above is that distance is not an issue in itself. The key factor is the calories burned by your rate of burn over time. ... (3 replies)
Running Problem
Jan 22, 2003
... Endurance you need long distance running then. ... (4 replies)
... For walking/jogging/running, the easiest formula is to calculate by distance, not time. The formula for calories burned is: Weight (in Pounds) x .75 x Miles The great thing about calculating by distance is that your pace doesn't matter (or more accurately stated, it matters so little that it becomes a rounding error). Of course, this formula overstates things a bit... (6 replies)
... Things to remember when running or jogging for distance. ... (2 replies)

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