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    Do You Jog?

    Do You Jog?


    My father and I have just started jogging again and I thought I'd see how many other people jog.

    We go early in the morning, but I'm going to be going early in the morning and at night soon.

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    I'm jealous of you lot who can jog / run! :< Would absolutely love it, but my spinal condition and upcoming spinal fusion surgery will guarantee me to be unable to jog. *sob*

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    I don't jog but that's because my zone here is awful for any kind of jogging/running(same thing for biking... ). There's a place I know but it takes about a hour just to go there by train...


    Jogging is really great, just sucks that I can't do it atm.

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    I don't jog as I need to build muscle and not lose weight, my general condition is already good. I started doing the gym, then fucked my elbow on the rowing machine. Four more weeks recovery time to go.
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    I do not jog, I run

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    I am unfit as balls, but I am starting up for once in my life.
    Like, just starting up.

    Past two days I walked/jogged as hard as I could. Had a break today and going again tomorrow. Hopefully this fit thing is a lifestyle that I can accomplish.

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    I dont jog i lift
    Do you even lift?

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    Never jog. If I do a walking motion it's a power walk..on the treadmill. I never go outdoors to exercise lol.

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    The Insane RICH8472's Avatar
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    Yes I jog and run but I do not enjoy it, I prefer to lift weights but my job requires that I maintain a certain level of cardio fitness.

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    if theres one sure way to fck up your knees and ankles its jogging/running.

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    I've heard about this yogging but have yet to give it a shot. Much prefer my bike because of knee issues.

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    I hate jogging. I prefer biking to stay fit.
    "You're messing with my zen thing, man!"

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    I run roughly 35km every week on average. I live quite close to a park and the botanical gardens, there are some nice tracks leading up from the botanical gardens into a wooded mountain area, three main tracks, asia, europe and north america, with corresponding vegatation.
    Shit like this actually goes through your fucking brain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectral View Post
    I do not jog, I run
    This. Running feels so much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatbeaverlol View Post
    I dont jog i lift
    Exactly that. Jogging's way to boring if you do it all the time, and ruins the joints if you're not light like a feather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluesftw View Post
    if theres one sure way to fck up your knees and ankles its jogging/running.
    I had a lot more knee trouble before I started running more seriously. Learning proper mechanics and how to run at low aerobic intensity has made me more durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackmoves View Post
    I run roughly 35km every week on average. I live quite close to a park and the botanical gardens, there are some nice tracks leading up from the botanical gardens into a wooded mountain area, three main tracks, asia, europe and north america, with corresponding vegatation.
    I'm pretty jealous, that sounds great. I run an ugly ass suburban sprawl visage of horror.

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    I do, but it sucks doing it alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Envar View Post
    ]Jogging [snip] ruins the joints if you're not light like a feather.
    Where is everyone getting this from? It's a sport, so injuries happen, but there's no magic "Run X miles and you'll get hurt" formula.

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    No lol, I smoke

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    I used to run every day.
    Then i got into lifting weights.
    And now I mostly do HIIT once or twice a week.Depends on my mood.

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