jogging


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jogging

Running for enjoyment or to maintain physical fitness. In contrast to running, jogging is not a competitive exercise and is performed at a submaximal intensity.

jogging

Slow running conducted within the limits of the subject's ability to supply oxygen to the muscles for an indefinite period. Regular jogging increases the capacity for exertion, lowers blood pressure, improves the function and performance of the heart and may diminish the progress of arterial disease. Beginners should build up distance very gradually and should be equipped with suitable footwear.
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With Jogging, she's performed everywhere from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to Syrian and Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon.
In the Journal of the American Medical Association it was said that jogging just a few hours each week reduces the risk of breast cancer.
Mrs Ifra Munir, another regular visitor at the park, said that the jogging track was a victim of negligence as the erosion due to rains had not been repaired.
My imagination starts working and I associate my jogging with my life's journey.
The results suggest that the "optimal dose of jogging is light, and strenuous joggers and sedentary non-joggers have similar mortality rates," said Jacob Louis Marott, a researcher for the Copenhagen City Heart Study and a co-author of the study.
Lead scientist Dr Peter Schnohr said: "It is important to emphasise that the pace of the slow joggers corresponds to vigorous exercise and strenuous jogging corresponds to very vigorous exercise.
"It is important to emphasize that the pace of the slow joggers corresponds to vigorous exercise and strenuous jogging corresponds to very vigorous exercise," said Peter Schnohr, MD, DMSc, a researcher from the Copenhagen City Heart Study, Frederiksberg Hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark.
"We are inviting walking and jogging enthusiasts to practise at the Jumeirah Corniche during this holy month of Ramadan, when there is a marked tendency among community members to walk and jog," Salih said.
To this end, the Multi-Purpose Jogging Belt has been conceived.
It was 50 years ago this Sunday that more than 200 men, women and children answered a call from UO track and field coach Bill Bowerman to explore a new concept that he had brought back from New Zealand: jogging.
Regular jogging increases life expectancy for men and women, according to new data from the Copenhagen City Heart Study.
The good news is that the folks with the highest longevity benefits reported jogging at a slow or overage pace only two to three times per week.