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jogging

[′jäg·iŋ]
(electricity)
Quickly repeated opening and closing of a circuit to produce small movements of the driven machine. Also known as inching.
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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.
Your lifespan benefits from little jogging slow and often.
The U-shaped association between jogging and mortality suggests there may be an upper limit for [quantity of ] exercise that is optimal for health benefits.
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.
The Multi-Purpose Jogging Belt is also in patent pending status with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
To appreciate the cultural change that jogging represented, you have to understand what a nonrunning world it was.
According to the data, jogging improves oxygen uptake, insulin sensitivity, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, cardiac function, bone density and immune function.
The greatest benefit came from jogging at a "slow or average" pace - enough to cause slight breathlessness - rather than pushing to physical limits.
Reviewing the evidence of whether jogging is healthy or hazardous, Peter Schnohr said that the study's most recent analysis (unpublished) shows that between one and two-and-a-half hours of jogging per week at a "slow or average" pace delivers optimum benefits for longevity.
Between one hour and two-and-a-half hours of moderately-paced jogging a week, undertaken over two to three sessions, was ideal, said the scientists.