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- v. Present participle of jog.
- n. The action of the verb to jog.
- n. The practice of running at the pace of a slow run for exercise.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of giving a jog or jogs; traveling at a jog.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. running at a jog trot as a form of cardiopulmonary exercise
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Of course I don't want anyone beating themselves up over their body shape, but when YOUNG women, who could be eating right and exercising are 50-70 pounds overweight are are dressing in jogging bras and short shorts for their camping and hiking and river-floating, I have to wonder WHO has told them this is attractive?!?!?!
Walking to jogging is another way to increase the calorie burn of your weight-loss workout.
At this time, I am aware of 3 gay/lesbian bars within jogging distance of my house — the lesbian bar has been there for probably 20 years.
I prefer running when it's cool; I am stocky and muscular and thick, and the square cube law keeps me toasty in brutal weather but for jogging, is not my friend.
I love stories that feature ample women in jogging shoes!
Seems this young bird was sitting on a guiderail at a local park where walking and jogging is popular.
Anywhoo, I am living proof that jogging is not right-wing.
But, if researchers are to be believed, of all the exercise regimes, jogging is the fastest and the simplest way to fitness and good health.
I can only guess that this baby we have here will ask of me many similar things in the coming years: tonight, while jogging from the dining room to the living room to the front room through the little bedroom and into the dining room again to soothe some fussiness (the baby's, not mine) I made up some new, Theodore-centric lyrics for "Children of the Heavenly Father."
Ciccotti says Lieberthal can begin jogging on a treadmill next month and playing golf in mid-September or early October.
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