The difference between jogging and running can be reduced to a few defining factors, such as pace, movement, and mindset. Running, for example, requires longer steps, while a rebound movement characterizes jogging. Several experts and some studies have evaluated the differences. One study, in particular, showed that jogging could be better for your health than running at a faster pace.
Jogging vs. running
Jogging and running, both considered aerobic exercises, are often used interchangeably but take a closer look, and you will be able to spot the differences. For starters, running is faster. The key difference between running and jogging has to do with intensity. Running requires more effort from the muscles, heart, and lungs. In other words, runners generally have a higher level of fitness.
We could say that the differences between running and jogging go beyond the physical. Runners may also have a different mindset. For example, runners may be more goal-oriented, while joggers have a more informal approach. They can be happy to stay at a leisurely pace, while runners are wary of their speed and commit to a specific goal.
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