Walking or Jogging?

Walking or Jogging?
@tony1r (307)
Nairobi, Kenya
March 20, 2018 9:15am CST
When the weather permits on those sunny days, a good way to stay healthy for both the body and mind is to have a brisk walk or if one is able a jog outdoors. Which do you prefer and how long is your routine if any?
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@mlgen1037 (8068)
• Manila, Philippines
20 Mar
I like walking better than jogging. With walking, you can wear anything, unlike jogging you have to wear a rubber shoes. I walk from time to time and when the location is just within the vicinity.
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@tony1r (307)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar
And you can walk virtually anywhere unlike jogging.
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@mlgen1037 (8068)
• Manila, Philippines
20 Mar
@tony1r thats so true.
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@id_peace (1236)
• Singapore
20 Mar
I will prefer to walk
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@tony1r (307)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar
Walking is just as invigorating as a good jog.
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@id_peace (1236)
• Singapore
20 Mar
@tony1r I agree with that
@elico6666 (186)
• Kfar Saba, Israel
20 Mar
I must start working out again I am lazy and I gain weight
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@tony1r (307)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar
Never too late to start.
@JohnRoberts (49020)
• Los Angeles, California
20 Mar
I perform a brisk walk up to an hour every morning.
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@tony1r (307)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar
A daily walk is a good target to have.
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@just4him (106606)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
20 Mar
I don't do either. I swim.
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@Corbin5 (96026)
• United States
20 Mar
Due to injuring my knee in high school gymnastics, I am a walker but not a runner.
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• Romania
20 Mar
Definitely walking..is better for your health and you get the change to observe the things and people around you.
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@Courage7 (4842)
• United States
20 Mar
I like to walk at least half an hour on the trails by my place here.
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• Cuddalore, India
20 Mar
Jogging in my point of view. Older age people can't jog so they should prefer walking.
@tony1r (307)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar
That tends to happen as we grow older and less agile.
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• Cuddalore, India
20 Mar
@tony1r yes I agree
@dya80dya (1317)
• Romania
20 Mar
Walking is easier. Which one do you prefer?
@tony1r (307)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar
A brisk walk does it for me
@Bhebelen14 (4922)
• Philippines
20 Mar
I prefer walking than jogging.
@tony1r (307)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Mar
It's less taxing in the body
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@mohit459 (9246)
• Haldwani, India
29 Mar
I go out for walk in evening
@Hannihar (26675)
23 Mar
@tony1r 'Tony, I prefer walking and yes yesterday i did just that because it was so beautiful out.
22 Mar
I prefer jogging.
@rheicel (5416)
• Philippines
21 Mar
I'm not fond with jogging but I love to walk more.
@Dracindo (106)
21 Mar
I prefer doing both occasionally. Walking for when I need some fresh air and need to relax, and jogging for when I'd like to improve my endurance and walking feels like it's going to slow. But I walk more than I jog.
@Icydoll (10323)
• India
20 Mar
I prefer walking ... it's best
@LeaPea2417 (18494)
• Toccoa, Georgia
20 Mar
I prefer walking and I will walk around my neighborhood.
@kaphokz (125)
20 Mar
I like jogging, Because I am always working out in the gym so I need more cardio workout
@iamsuren (98)
20 Mar
I like walking... every morning 1 hour.. good for health