Rooftop Jogging

Roof top jogging

Jogging is a form of running that involves a slow and steady approach – typically, jogging pace should not exceed six miles per hour. As a result, jogging is much less rigorous than running but more challenging than walking. The goal of jogging is to maintain a steady tempo throughout the length of the session without placing excessive strain on the body. Since jogging is far less taxing on the body than running, exercise can be maintained for a greater length of time.

One of the reasons that jogging is such an excellent form of exercise is that it is universal, regardless of your level of fitness. For those who are highly conditioned, regular jogging serves a purpose, whether that be for maintaining cardiovascular fitness or enhancing recovery. For a beginner, jogging is a great place to start as the low-intensity nature of the exercise makes it very manageable and accessible.