What do you prefer cyclying or jogging..

India
November 2, 2006 2:47am CST
I prefer jogging but many of my friends prefer Cycling.
17 responses
@divir_vij (1593)
• India
2 Nov 06
I like both... but prefer cycling
• India
2 Nov 06
that's a nice one.. you can be fit by doing both
@divir_vij (1593)
• India
2 Nov 06
Yes I am ......
2 Nov 06
Jogging can increase one' stamina. Cycling, not very much. But I prefer cycling as cycling is less tire :D
• India
2 Nov 06
hey still even that is good. :)
• India
2 Nov 06
I prefer Cycling
• India
2 Nov 06
good:)
@Riah50 (672)
• United States
2 Nov 06
probably cycling. i am going to try to really get into this coming spring and summer. its a great way to get outside and get some excercise.
• India
2 Nov 06
that's really an good idea..
• India
2 Nov 06
I prefer both.
• India
2 Nov 06
good to be fit..
• India
2 Nov 06
i love cycling.
• India
2 Nov 06
that's good
@classact (1396)
• India
2 Nov 06
i prefer jogging
• India
2 Nov 06
cool:)
• India
2 Nov 06
jogging
• India
2 Nov 06
ok. good
@TDonald (1423)
• United States
2 Nov 06
My middle age joints prefer cycling.
• India
2 Nov 06
still that's very good...
• India
2 Nov 06
Cycling for me.
• India
2 Nov 06
hmmm
@adonica (439)
• United States
2 Nov 06
I prefer cycling
• India
2 Nov 06
hmmm
• India
2 Nov 06
I prefer cycling because at the same time you can see more places than by jogging.
• India
2 Nov 06
that's a good point. :)
@shrys03 (1016)
• Philippines
2 Nov 06
i prefer jogging.. :D
• India
2 Nov 06
hmmm. good
• India
2 Nov 06
i also prefer jogging... u should know some things abt jogging. u can have a notice on the points i have writtena bt jogging... Jogging was previously called "roadwork", when athletes in training such as boxers, customarily ran several miles each day as part of their conditioning. In the 1960s or 1970s the word "roadwork" was mostly supplanted by the word "jogging" and this form of running became quite popular among many people at that time in the United States, especially after it was popularized by Jim Fixx in his 1977 best-selling book The Complete Book of Running. Jogging is a "high-impact" exercise that places strain on the body, notably the joints of the knee. This is actually one of the basic reasons for doing the exercise, as the impact drives growth processes in the areas of the body stressed by that impact. Some people drop jogging in order to take up "lower-impact" exercises such as stair climbing, swimming or cycling. Jogging is often used by serious runners as a means of active recovery during interval training. The runner who may just have completed a fast 400 metre repetition at a sub-5-minute mile pace, may drop to an 8-minute mile pace for a recovery lap. The jog might be carried out in much poorer, looser form whose purpose is to "shake out" the body and maintain circulation to eliminate, from the muscles, metabolic waste products produced during the bout of hard work Happy jogging
• India
2 Nov 06
thanks. this is really a good peace.
@moneymind (10524)
• Philippines
2 Nov 06
nice work - jog
i say jogging, it is what i do every other morning. jog for 10 kms. greetings. : )
• India
2 Nov 06
that's really great and very much good for health
• India
2 Nov 06
i think jogging is best
• India
2 Nov 06
hey same as my opinion
@devilangelo (4528)
• India
2 Nov 06
i prefer cycling
• India
2 Nov 06
cool:)