Can anyone enlighten me about the difference between running and jogging? All I know is that I like to say/think I'm a runner rather than a jogger! Does it say something about how serious you are about what you're doing? ( I get the sense that 'jogging' is rather lightweight and a slightly derisory term). Or is it to do with pace? In which case I probably am jogging rather than running, as I'm definitely a tortoise rather than a hare. Hmmmm. I'll be interested in what people think. (If anyone can actually communicate with this new website, sigh!)
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