While many people today call this action "running," in the 1960s and 1970s it was more popularly known as "jogging." But when it comes to those who perform this kind of exercise, there's a strong aversion to the latter term, especially as one begins to do it more regularly.
So what's the real difference between running and jogging? And why do runners hate being called joggers?
To answer these questions, we asked the jogging—er, running—community for their input on the age-old debate.
Speed Matters1 of 4
For many, the difference between running and jogging is speed.
What is This Running You Speak of?2 of 4
It's all or nothing for Michelle.
The Outfit Matters3 of 4
Where did you find that picture of me, Nikki?